About The Founder
Brandy Vaughan, a former pharmaceutical representative, founded the Council for Vaccine Safety in response to one of the nation’s first mandatory vaccination for education law — SB277 in California. When working in the pharma industry, Brandy sold Vioxx, a painkiller that was found to double the risk of stroke and heart attacks and was eventually taken off the market. “From that experience, I realized that just because something is on the market, doesn’t mean it’s safe,” explains Brandy. “And much of what we are told by the healthcare industry, just simply isn’t the truth.”
After leaving the pharmaceutical industry, Brandy spent eight years living in Europe and seeing how healthcare is done very differently outside the US. Coming home with a vaccine-free son, she was bullied at a pediatrician’s office when she asked questions that every parent should ask: what are in these vaccines?
After spending years researching vaccine ingredients, the diseases they supposedly guard against and the risks of vaccinating versus not vaccinating, Brandy chose to raise her son without chemical interference. “I check food labels — I buy organic whenever possible — I try to minimize my son’s exposure to chemicals through lotions, etc. Why would I not want to protect my son from the chemicals in vaccines? Chemicals are chemicals — no matter what they form they come in,” explains Brandy. “You owe it to your child to do your own research, and not just believe everything you’re told, especially when it’s only one side of the story — the one that prioritizes profit over your child’s health.”
Brandy Vaughan has spoken at numerous educational events, rallies, symposiums and has been featured in various media channels including InfoWars, the Ritchie Allen show, the Liberty Beacon, the Brain Copeland show, the Information Press and Future Money Trends.