Justin Goodman is the Vice President of Advocacy and Public Policy at White Coat Waste Project (WCW), a non-profit with 350,000 supporters. He leads investigations and bipartisan policy campaigns to end secrecy, waste and abuse in taxpayer-funded laboratories that spend $15 billion a year for experiments on dogs, monkeys and other animals.
Justin’s work has been profiled in a Science cover story and has recently received positive media coverage from across the political spectrum, including in the Washington Post, Rare, Washington Free Beacon, McClatchy, Red Alert Politics and US News and World Report.
Before joining WCW in 2016, Justin spent nearly a decade heading laboratory investigations and government affairs at the world’s largest animal rights organization. Justin’s work has been hailed by The Hill as a 2015 “Top Lobbying Victory” and recognized by LUSH cosmetics, Classy and others.
Justin has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Connecticut. He has spent years as an adjunct professor of sociology and global education at Marymount University in Arlington, VA.
He lives in Washington, DC with his wife Stacy, rescued border collie Penelope and rescued Maine Coon siblings Baby and Mister.