ECWR Executive Director Mark Worth is an American whistleblower advocate, investigative journalist, public interest activist, author and publisher. He is the founder of many organizations, campaigns and publications.

Mark is one of the world's top experts on whistleblower policy and practice, and has held leadership positions in several international and regional whistleblower organizations:

He is a member of the UNODC Expert Group on Whistleblowing and has served as a consultant and researcher for many organizations, including the UN, European Commission, OECD and APEC.

Mark has worked for many international and national advocacy organizations including Public Citizen, Transparency International and Food & Water Europe, and many media companies including the New York Times and McClatchy. He is the co-founder of two independent newsmagazines, and has been an editor, staff writer and columnist at many publications.

He is the co-recipient of the 1994 Investigative Reporters and Editors award for magazine writing for an investigation of chemically injured workers at Boeing factories published in the Washington Free Press, which he co-founded in 1992.

Mark can be reached at:

(+49) 176 630 94993 – Berlin, Germany

He can also be reached through Facebook and LinkedIn