Retaliation by Amy Block Joy

“The University does not tolerate abuse of power!”

Retaliation is a first person account about the danger of speaking out in the workplace. Amy Block Joy, a faculty member at a major public university and director of a federal program, knew what she had to do when she discovered apparent fraud at her university. Following university policy, she reported her suspicions to her supervisor. When her report was ignored, she blew the whistle, asking the university to take action. Her allegations of misuse of government funds were investigated and eventually substantiated by campus authorities.

Eleven months later, when the fraud findings were about to be released, she became the target of an elaborate smear campaign and a number of terrifying activities. Refusing to give in to intimidation and fear, Amy Block Joy fought back and won. Retaliation chronicles how far some people and institutions will go to silence the truth and how to overcome those efforts.




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From Amy's Blog

Check out Amy’s comments in the New York Times (James B. Stewart’s Column: Common Sense)– He Blew the Whistle at JPMorgan Chase, Then Came the Blowback