Adina M. Thompson is an intake coordinator at Innocence Project of Florida (IPF). She has a PhD in Criminology, Law and Society from the University of Florida, where she studied stigma against exonerees. At IPF, Adina created a triage system that prioritizes cases with post-conviction filing deadlines, 1980's and 1990's homicides and sexual offenses, DNA-related claims, and strategic litigation considerations. She implemented quantitative data-tracking at IPF to assess productivity and backlog. Adina partners with other innocence organizations to develop tailored intake procedures and is a frequent guest lecturer on topics related to wrongful conviction. She is an adjunct professor at Arkansas State University.