News 02.08.16

The Legacy Project: Words of Wisdom by Innocence Project Executive Director Madeline deLone


The Legacy Project—a South African-based initiative that aims to foster and inspire new leaders by way of sharing wisdom from the world’s current movers and shakers—has published a profile of Maddy deLone, the executive director of the Innocence Project. In her insightful interview, deLone discusses the best words of advice she has received, the life lessons that have shaped her path as a leader and the people who have inspired her to stay strong throughout her career in criminal justice.


In describing one of the key principles that she lives by, deLone says, “


I believe in my life and my work and, I hope, I have always been grounded in a sense of the importance of every living person. I try very hard to understand and appreciate the humanity of everyone . . . I really think that when we forget that, [that] at the end of the day, the world is made up of individual people, each of whom has humanity, we go off course.”

To learn more about deLone and why she devotes her life’s work to creating a more just criminal justice system, read the entire profile

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  1. Heero says:

    I read an article about you and I have spent some time now trying to help those that find me do legal research in my state. Please forgive my fear, if you knew the things I have seen, I know the system here is corrupt and I just wanted to thank you for the good work you do. Please forgive if my thoughts are jumbled I have had several blows to the head. Well have a good night. I have to help a man research officer perjury that is so blatant it contradicts court records and the case was heard under another guise in another court and he is getting railroaded to take custody of his children.

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