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Before joining the Campaign for Liberty, Norm Singleton worked for Congressman Ron Paul from 1997 to 2012.  He served as Legislative Director for Congressman Paul from 2001 to 2012 and as Legislative Aide on Education and Workforce Issues from 1997 to 2001.  He graduated cum laude from Washington and Jefferson College with a degree in economics and is a 1991 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  He is a founding member of the Republican Liberty Caucus.

Norman Singleton

Vice President for Policy, Campaign for Liberty, Washington, D.C.

Norman Singleton

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Tom has served as GAP Legal Director since 1979, assisting over 5,000 whistleblowers in defending themselves against retaliation and protecting the public from abuse of government power.  Tom has been a leader in the campaigns to pass or defend 20 major national or international whistleblower laws, including every one enacted over the last two decades.  He has authored or co-authored numerous books, including The Corporate Whistleblowers Survival Guide: A Handbook for Committing the Truth (2011).  Tom is a Phi Beta Kappa honors graduate of Georgetown University and a graduate of the Antioch School of Law.

Tom Devine

Legal Director, Government Accountability Project, Washington, D.C.

Tom Devine

Dr. Simone is one of the world’s leading experts in oncology and immunology.  He is an internist (trained at the Cleveland Clinic, 1975-1977), a medical oncologist (trained at the National Cancer Institute, 1977-1982), a tumor immunologist (trained at the National Cancer Institute, 1977-1982), and a radiation oncologist (trained at the University of Pennsylvania, 1982 to 1985).  Dr. Simone is the author of numerous books on cancer and nutrition, has done extensive bench research on cancer treatments, and is an expert in the study of antioxidants and phytochemicals in the care of cancer patients.  He is performing bench research at the National Cancer Institute on how proteomic patterns can be used to diagnose cancer at an earlier stage than ever before.  He has variously treated or counseled many prominent figures worldwide on cancer care, including President Ronald Reagan and Vice President Hubert Humphrey.

Charles B. Simone, MMS, MD

President, Simone Protective Cancer Center, Lawrenceville, NJ

Charles B. Simone, MMS, MD

Gretchen serves as the Executive Director of the Alliance for Natural Health USA (ANH-USA), where she works to shift the current medical paradigm to one that embraces real preventative and integrative medicine as the standard of care.  Gretchen also serves as the Executive Director for Praktikos Institute and as Advocacy Coordinator for the ANH-International.  She is an attorney who practiced environmental law and policy before joining the ANH.  

Gretchen DuBeau

Executive Director at the Alliance for Natural Health USA

Gretchen DuBeau

Tom teaches Supreme Court litigation at Harvard Law School, and previously taught at Stanford Law School as well from 2004-2012.  Tom has argued 28 cases before the Supreme Court.  Among other recognitions, Tom has been named 1 of the 50 most influential people in Washington, D.C. (GQ); 1 of the 40 most influential lawyers of the past decade and the 100 most influential lawyers in the nation (NLJ); 1 of the 90 greatest Washington, D.C. lawyers of the past 30 years and the leading appellate lawyers in Washington (Legal Times); and 1 of the 30 best lawyers in Washington, D.C. (Washingtonian).  He was a founding partner of Goldstein and Howe (now Goldstein & Russell), a Washington, D.C. Firm specializing in Supreme Court litigation.  Tom is the Publisher and a regular contributor to the SCOTUS Blog, a Bloomberg Law blog detailing the activities and precedent of the Supreme Court, which he co-founded with Amy Howe in 2002.

Tom Goldstein

Constitutional Lawyer; Law Professor; Publisher of the SCOTUS blog

Tom Goldstein