Marsha Coleman-Adebayo

Marsha Coleman-Adebayo is an MIT-trained scientist who has worked for the United Nations and the Environmental Protection Agency. While working for the EPA she discovered vanadium poisoning in South African workers as a result of the failures of a United States multi-national. Here efforts to expose and remedy the situation led to Congressional hearings and a trial that in turn led to the first whistleblower legislation of the 21st century. Her book, No Fear: A Whistleblower's Triumph (2011) documents a remarkable journey