Victims of sexual misconduct in the workplace and whistleblowers have a lot in common. Both are typically terrified about coming forward and reporting wrongdoing. Both face a high risk that they will be blacklisted and have their reputations smeared. Too many are left paying a steep price with their health and careers that can carry lasting consequences. Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould is the latest in a long list of whistleblower casualties who have run afoul of powerful interests in the federal government.