Louis Clark is both a lawyer serving as President and Financial Accountability Director of the Government Accountability Project (GAP) and a Methodist minister. In his talk, he describes how the members of the public can become involved in supporting whistle blowing.
Louis Clark serves as both President and Corporate & Financial Accountability Director of the Government Accountability Project (GAP). Louis assumed the directorship of GAP in 1978, having first served as legal counsel for the organization. Louis received his J.D. from American University in 1977. Prior to becoming an attorney, Louis was a Methodist minister. He received a Masters of Divinity degree from the Pacific School of Region and his undergraduate degree from the University of Evansville. In 1980, Louis was the first recipient of the Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award for Government. In 1992, he received the Gleitsman Award for his life‐long commitment to initiating, promoting and implementing positive forms of social change.
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