Seth Miller, Esq., Executive Director, litigates post-conviction innocence 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 70 innocence organizations in the United States and abroad. He has served on the Innocence Network Executive Board since 2012. Mr. Miller also serves as Chair of the Steering Committee for the American Bar Association Death Penalty Due Process Review Project. Before joining IPF in 2006, Mr. Miller served as a project attorney with the ABA 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.
Krista Dolan, Law Clerk, joined IPF in January 2018. Prior to joining IPF, Ms. Dolan spent 5.5 years with the Kentucky’s statewide public defender system, the Department of Public Advocacy (DPA), litigating post-conviction cases for capital and non-capital clients in both state and federal court. Prior to joining DPA, she held positions at the American Bar Association’s Death Penalty Representation Project, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and the Office of the Public Defender in Tallahassee, FL. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of North Florida, her master’s and law degrees from Florida State University, and her LL.M. from American University Washington College of Law. She has published several pieces in the areas of federal habeas and criminal justice reform. Ms. Dolan is licensed to practice in New York and Kentucky, admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the United States. She is not yet licensed practice in Florida. She has passed the bar exam but her admission to practice in Florida is still pending.
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.
Adina M. Thompson, PhD, Intake Coordinator, graduated from the University of Florida in 2014 with a doctorate in criminology, law and society. Dr. Thompson received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Florida as well. Her research interests include exoneree reentry stigma and reentry prejudice, and she has presented research findings to the American Society of Criminology and the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS). Dr. Thompson is the recipient of two AP-LS grants-in-aid, and her work has been published in the Albany Law Review. In addition to her position at IPF, Dr. Thompson is an adjunct professor at Arkansas State University.
Jennie Nepstad, JD, Staff Investigator, joined the IPF team in February 2016. She graduated from Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2015. During law school, Ms. Nepstad interned for the Innocence Project of Minnesota, where she participated in several investigations and discovered her true passion and skill for investigative work. Ms. Nepstad has extensive experience interviewing witnesses and collecting DNA evidence.
Alejandra De La Fuente, BA, Developmental Coordinator, graduated from Florida State University in 2016. She began at Innocence Project of Florida as a criminal justice communications intern before accepting a position in fundraising and development. She is currently in her first year of law school with an interest in criminal defense work.
Kelleigh E Helm, JD, Development Assistant, joined IPF in May 2018. She graduated from Florida State College of Law in 2014. She was a legal intern during law school with IPF and returned 6 years later to work in development. Previously, Kelleigh was Research Faculty at the University of Colorado at Boulder Law School and a researcher at FSU College of Law. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from the University of South Florida and worked with a variety of nonprofit environmental organizations.
Della Campbell, BA, Intake Assistant, graduated from Florida State University in May of 2017. Prior to her graduation, she worked as the intake intern at the Innocence Project of Florida and accepted the position of intake assistant under Dr. Thompson in August, 2017.