As Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney, Tiffany Bush is responsible for working with pro bono lawyers and legal professionals to assist in the screening stage of GIP cases, in order to evaluate those cases and advance them toward exoneration or other resolution.
As Staff Attorney/ Case Coordinator, Isabel ("Izzy") Corngold investigates and litigates innocence claims, and provides oversight and strategic direction for intake and screening-stage cases and staff. Izzy is also the co-chair of the innocence network’s secondary trauma working group.
As Program Manager, Mike Coszalter manages GIP's intern and volunteer programs. He also helps provide support for GIP's freed clients and works to plan events that raise awareness about wrongful convictions in Georgia.
As a Senior Attorney, Christina Cribbs analyzes wrongful conviction claims and develops strategies to best explore and present those claims, often through the lens of litigation.
Marty Ellin is the interim Executive Director of the Georgia Innocence Project. Marty has practiced law in Atlanta for more than 45 years. In that time, among other positions he has served as a Managing Attorney with Atlanta Legal Aid, a partner at two private firms, including Zimring & Ellin, the Director of Legal Services at the Justice Center of Atlanta, and a twenty-year stint as the Executive Director of Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
As Data & Records Specialist, EC is responsible for a wide variety of tasks pertaining to the management of client and donor records.
As Office Manager, Shawna Floyd supports GIP through an array of administrative tasks and contributes her writing and design skills to our communications activities.
As Intake Manager, Raylynn Hughes is responsible for assessing and responding to requests for GIP’s assistance, and managing cases through our intake screening process.
As Accountability Counsel, Meagan Hurley represents people convicted of crimes they did not commit by investigating and litigating their wrongful conviction claims, focusing on those involving official misconduct.
As Communications Manager Blis is responsible for amplifying GIP’s work and message to advance GIP’s mission by communicating with the public and media as well as managing and creating content for all social channels.
As Community Engagement Manager, Christian Stegall manages GIP's volunteer program, speaker engagements, and assists with content creation for the organization. As Development Specialist, Christian oversees the standardization of donor data in GIP's databases and assists with donor stewardship.
As Intake Assistant, Destinee True supports the Intake Manager with processing application-stage cases. Destinee is responsible for ensuring the proper processing, documentation, and filing of all correspondence between applicants and GIP.
Board of Directors
Emeritus Board Members
Emmet J. Bondurant
James C. Bonner, Jr.
Bobby Lee Cook
Charles K. Edmondson, Jr.
September Guy, Co-Founder
Jill G. Polster, Co-Founder
Greg Hampikian, Ph.D.
John R. Martin