A whistleblower could be anyone. She or he could be a gig worker in the US, a football fan in Germany, an accountant in India, an engineer in Israel, or even a nuclear engineer in France or a doctor in China. They are typically brave individuals who are compelled to come forward to speak out against wrongdoing or unethical practices at their job or within their community in order to protect the public. These ordinary citizens who flag the problem, the whistleblowers, are often left vulnerable without protection for their efforts to expose injustice. And without the whistleblowers, who will step forward to uncover truth and help hold power accountable?