Stephanie Gibaud

Stephanie Gibaud is a public relations expert. Previously, she served as a public relations executive in the marketing department at UBS, where she was a whistleblower on the firm’s tax evasion and money laundering practices. Ms. Gibaud is the author of La Femme qui en savait vraiment trop (The Woman Who Knew Far Too Much). She has received the Anticor ethics prize and was nominated for the Sakharov Prize. Ms. Gibaud is also the author of La traque des lanceurs d’alerte (Whistleblowers: The Man Hunt), which features an introduction from Julian Assange, founding member of WikiLeaks.

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Fear of Public Speaking: Whistleblowing Risks and Rewards

Ethically minded employees, or whistleblowers, are an important force for positive change that flag minor issues before they can become major problems. Read More