Resignation of top Biden scientific advisor is just another example of the toxic workplace culture plaguing academia, activists say
This article excerpt features Government Accountability Project’s whistleblower client, Rachel Wallace, and was originally published here.
“Rachel Wallace, Lander’s former general counsel and one of the first people to accuse Lander, told Politico that he ‘retaliated against staff for speaking out,’ called them names, laughed at them, took away their duties, or drove them out of the agency.
‘Numerous women have been left in tears, traumatized, and feeling vulnerable and isolated,’ Wallace told the outlet….
And referring to Rachel Wallace, one of Lander’s first accusers, Chapman said: ‘Once again, we have one of the victims, a woman, having to come forward and expose one of the most painful periods of her life.'”