Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Chairman of the Board
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. serves as President of Waterkeeper Alliance, as well as Founder, Chairman of the Board, and Chief Legal Counsel for Children’s Health Defense, and of counsel to Morgan & Morgan, a nationwide personal injury practice.
Mr. Kennedy is an esteemed author, with a long list of published books including the New York Times’ bestseller, “Crimes Against Nature.” Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. His reputation as a resolute defender of the environment and children’s health stems from a litany of successful legal actions. He received recognition for his role in the landmark victory against Monsanto, as well as in the DuPont Case that inspired the movie “Dark Waters” (2019).
President & General Counsel of Children’s Health Defense
Mary Holland is a former Research Scholar and Director of the Graduate Lawyering Program at NYU School of Law. She has written several law review articles and blog posts on vaccine law and policy and is the co-author and co-editor of the books “Vaccine Epidemic” and “HPV Vaccine on Trial: Seeking Justice for a Generation Betrayed.” She has testified to retain or expand vaccination exemptions in the California, West Virginia, Maine and Vermont legislatures. She has appeared in several documentaries and programs on vaccine issues. She is chair of the advisory board of Health Choice and a member of the advisory boards for the Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy, the Otto Specht School and Actionplay. Educated at Harvard and Columbia Universities, Holland has worked in international public and private law. Prior to joining NYU, Holland worked for six years at major U.S. law firms, with three years based in Moscow, Russia. She also worked at a U.S. human rights organization as Director of its European Program. After graduating law school, she clerked for a federal district court judge in the Southern District of New York. She has taught courses at Columbia Law School and has served as a consultant to the Aspen Institute Justice and Society Program.
President of Children’s Health Defense Europe
Senta Depuydt is a Belgian journalist and health freedom activist. She has a bachelor degree in Law from the Université Saint-Louis in Brussels and a licenciate degree in Communication sciences and journalism from the Université Catholique de Louvain, in Louvain-la-Neuve (1992). After working several years in marketing and communications for international companies she started a family and experienced the autistic regression of one of her children. Fortunately she also had the immense blessing of witnessing his full recovery with appropriate biomedical and educational interventions.
With the desire to share her experience and help other parents, she organized the European Congress ‘Congrès sortir de l’autisme’ in Paris, in 2016. Testimonials, helpful medical practice and new scientific research in autism were presented for the first time to the French autism community, with interventions from Nobel Prize winner prof. Luc Montagnier, prof. Martha Herbert or Dr. Natasha Campbell. She subsequently hosted or participated to many autism conferences in French speaking countries. In February 2017, she organized vaccine safety debates with the premiere of Vaxxed at the EU parliament, in Brussels and in Paris, but had to relocate events when lobby groups pressured politicians to censor them. In spite of this she hosted the event ‘Autism : A New Paradigm’ at UNESCO in Paris the
following year (May 2018).
Senta works with vaccine free choice organizations across all Europe and has been a board member of the European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance and of the French Ligue Nationale pour la Liberté de Vacciner, as well as an accredited lobbyist at the European parliament. She has exposed issues regarding autism, vaccines and international health agenda on many occasions in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Great-Britain, or at the health commission of the Polish parliament and other countries outside Europe. She also published articles on these issues in alternative press and health magazines such as Nexus, Néosanté, Alternative Santé, Rebelle Santé, Asperger Amitié, Liberté et Vaccinations. Her native language is French, but she is also fluent in English, Dutch and Italian and has an understanding of German and Spanish.
She is committed to promote new visions of global and individual health models that prioritize safe environmental policies and are rooted in the respect of fundamental freedoms and human rights.