Seth Miller, Esq., Executive Director, litigates post-conviction DNA cases, supervises the IPF’s internship program, and regularly lectures to students, lawyers, and community groups on issues related to wrongful convictions. He also teaches Post-conviction Remedies and Wrongful Convictions as an adjunct professor at the Florida State University College of Law. Mr. Miller is President of the Innocence Network, a consortium of more than 69 innocence organizations in the United States and abroad. He has served on the Innocence Network Executive Board since 2012. Before joining IPF in 2006, Mr. Miller served as a project attorney with the American Bar Association Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Project in Washington, D.C., and as a staff attorney with the First District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee, Florida. He graduated from Florida State University College of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Penn State University.
Toni Shrewsbury, MA, Assistant Director, who joined IPF in March 2006, has extensive management experience in the fields of public relations, advertising, and marketing. A former newspaper opinion columnist and published author, Ms. Shrewsbury also managed a media production company and produced a statewide political talk show for Florida’s News Channel.
Melissa Montle, Esq., Staff Attorney, graduated from Tulane Law School in New Orleans and was licensed to practice law in Florida in 2003. She worked for the Public Defender’s Office in West Palm Beach for 2.5 years where she gained extensive experience in juvenile, misdemeanor and felony trial practice before joining IPF in 2008. Ms. Montle also has experience in insurance defense and family law practice.
Anthony Scott, LCSW, Director of Social Services, joined IPF in 2006 to direct our social services section. He has expertise working with both prisoners and ex-offenders, having provided psychotherapy at House of Hope and Broward Outreach Center. Mr. Scott is also a founding member of the national Exoneree Support Committee, networking with and training innocence project workers throughout the United States.
Lisa Prychodko, JD, Intake Coordinator, joined IPF in 2012 as a recent graduate of the University of Miami School of Law where she was the teaching fellow and student director at the Miami Law Innocence Clinic. In addition to her innocence work, Ms. Prychodko worked on death penalty cases and served as a representative of Miami Law on the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Law Student Division. She also was a judicial intern in the Palm Beach County Circuit Court for judges in criminal, civil, and family divisions. Ms. Prychodko graduated summa cum laude from Emory University with a B.A. in Comparative Literature.
Marianne Salcedo, MPA, Director of Development, joined the Innocence Project of Florida in July 2014. Marianne brings 18 years of highly successful experience in fund raising and grants administration to her post, which includes annual and capital campaigns, major gifts, unprecedented grants work for programs and projects, planned giving, and special events experience. She gained her experience in both the higher education and nonprofit sectors. Marianne holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Classics from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, and a master’s of public administration degree from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.