Brandy Vaughan was a popular speaker, community activist, and pharmaceutical representative. She was also the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Learn the Risk, which is an anti-vaccine group based in the United States of America.
She died on 7th December 2020, in Santa Barbara City. She was aged 44 at the time of her death and was found in a bathroom of her East Sola St. residence. The cause of her death is still unknown. Reportedly, she had posted on Facebook that she had no suicidal thoughts whatsoever and that if she died, someone would kill her.
|Full name||Brandy Vaughan|
|Year of birth||1973|
|Died on||7th December 2020|
|Birthplace||Santa Barbara, California, the United States of America|
|Profession(s)||Speaker, community activist, pharmaceutical representative|
|Brandy Vaughan Net Worth||$1 million to $5 million (Last Updated 2022)|
Brandy Vaughan Net Worth
Brandy Vaughan’s net worth was estimated to be around $1 million to $5 million.
Learn the Risk
Learn the Risk is an anti-vaccine group based in the United States of America. It was founded by Brandy Vaughan, who was also the group’s Chief Executive Officer. The group is most known for its campaigns that conveyed the message that vaccines are the cause of a large number of deaths of young children.
Learn the Risk was founded in 2015, and Brandy Vaughan led the group as the Chief Executive Officer and executive director. Considering herself to be a natural health activist, she tirelessly led campaigns against vaccinations of children that supposedly led to deaths.
After the death of Brandy Vaughan, no replacement executive director has named, and the group lost most of the former influence that it had under the leadership of Brandy Vaughan.
Brandy Vaughan’s Beliefs
Brandy Vaughan was firmly against vaccines and believed that every product should be first checked and researched by parents before using it. As she was working in the pharmaceutical industry, Brandy Vaughan sold Vioxx, which is a painkiller with risks of heart attacks and strokes. The painkiller was immediately taken off the market.
From this experience, Brandy Vaughan realized that just because a product is in a market does not mean or guarantee it is completely safe and harmless to use. She then would always check the food labels, buying only organic products as she had decided to raise her child without any chemical interference.
Brandy Vaughan also believed that parents should always make sure that their children’s health is not compromised through any sort of chemical in food or other products. According to her, it was what parents owed to their children.