Scott Horton Interviews Shelley Walden

Scott Horton, July 25, 2010

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Shelley Walden, international officer at the Government Accountability Project, discusses Paul Wolfowitz’s girlfriend Shaha Riza, their corrupt deal with SAIC and the World Bank and the Foundation for the Future which came to nothing but kept everyone paid.

MP3 here. (20:31)

Shelley Walden graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Journalism and International Studies. Before joining GAP in 2004, she worked as a freelance reporter for The Chapel Hill Herald and the Museum of Life and Science. She also interned in Bolivia with Save the Children (in collaboration with the Foundation for Sustainable Development), where she helped raise funds for and launch a housekeepers’ rights campaign. She was the 2004 SERVAS essay winner and delegate to the United Nations Non-Governmental Organization Conference.

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