The Team

Karen McKenna – Operations Leader

Karen is a Process Improvement Specialist, Computer Scientist and humanitarian.  Karen had a 28 year career in IT development, project management, and telecommunications before taking a sabbatical in 2015 to research concerns about over-centralization of the global economy. Having researched monetary policy and the real economy, she sadly anticipated a significant global economic event in 2020 as the debt based monetary system had reached end of life.  She never imagined it would be so devastating.   Karen received a bachelor’s degree in Commerce with an Honours speciality in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada). She received her executive Masters of Business Administration degree with a focus on The America’s from Simon Fraser University (Canada), Vanderbilt (USA), FIA (Brazil) and ITAM (Mexico). She has been a Professional Project Manager (PMP) since 2000. She is now focused on protecting the next generation of children by doing whatever it takes to get high quality information out to the public.  She is passionate about the need for a more benevolent global governance model.

Lisa Renberg – Community Network Leader

Lisa was born in Skellefteå in northern Sweden. She is a former elite football player on the national
team, and a Certified Nutritional Therapist. As a teenager, she got interested in health issues and in non-pharmaceutical ways to stay healthy.
She has been working with food and health in a number of ways; networking and supporting therapists and physicians.
Since 2020, Lisa has been organizing international Conferences with Medical Doctors, Lawyers, Economist, and activists. She learned from football that for your team to win, all the players need to perform, and it is everyone’s responsibility to make sure that you are fit to perform at your best, regardless of the nature of the task.

John Stone

John Stone is an autism parent, vaccine safety campaigner and has been British and European Editor of since 2010. John has focused on the misrepresentation of events and of science surrounding the autism crisis and vaccines. He has contributed extensively to debate over vaccine safety and industry ethics in Britain and America for two decades.

Taylor Hudak – Journalist

Taylor Hudak is an American-Hungarian journalist based in Budapest, Hungary. Taylor is a contributor to Children’s Health Defense Europe and covers issues focused on human rights, free speech, health, and law. Taylor researches, writes, and produces video reports and interviews for The Last American Vagabond and acTVism Munich. She has closely reported on the extradition proceedings of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and has appeared on RT International, Radio Sputnik, and ABC Australia. Taylor received a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Kent State University. Taylor works closely with Doctors for Covid Ethics, an organization of doctors and scientists dedicated to educating the public on health and restoring medical ethics.

Jutta Degner – Translations Coordinator

Jutta studied languages in the early 1990’s and later became a registered nurse specializing in anaesthetics and intensive care. For several years she worked in University clinics in Germany and Switzerland. In 2007 she began a career in the clinical research industry, conducting trials of Phase I to Phase IV, which developed her expertise in how clinical research is normally being performed, specifically adhering to all laws and guidelines of good clinical practice as formulated in the Declaration of Helsinki and the International Council for Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH-GCP). When the Covid political climate started, she soon realized there were issues with ‘the numbers’ as she has expertise understanding analysis and statistics. Jutta has since spoken at rallies to explain to the public the misuse of the PCR test, medical backgrounds on infectiousness and the normal routine of new drug development. Her aim is to defend the most vulnerable group of our population, “our children, they are our future”


Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D.

Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D., based in Athens, Greece, is a senior reporter for The Defender and part of the rotation of hosts for CHD.TV’s “Good Morning CHD.” For 10 years, he produced and hosted the “Dialogos” radio program and podcast, and he has previously been published by The Guardian, the Huffington Post, the Daily Kos, Truthout, Mint Press News and other outlets. He completed his Ph.D. in media studies at the University of Texas in 2018 and holds a masters degree in public policy from Stony Brook University. He has taught at various institutions of higher education in Greece and the U.S.