Michelle Feldman serves as state policy advocate at the Innocence Project, where she works to enact laws and policies throughout the country to prevent and identify wrongful convictions. Previously, she served as director of legislation and communications at the New York City Council, and worked on issues including stop and frisk reform, land use and women’s rights. Michelle also served as a regional coordinator and researcher at the New York State Assembly in Albany, where she led strategic communications and advised on policy initiatives for Democratic members. She has managed several city and state-level political campaigns in New York. Michelle is a member of the AVODAH Fellowship program, which brings together Jewish professionals working to alleviate poverty in the United States. She received her B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.