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Jene O'Keefe Trigg


Jené O’Keefe Trigg joined the Innocence Project of New Orleans (IPNO) in 2010. She brings over 20 years of experience in nonprofit communications, fundraising and management. Prior to joining IPNO she was the managing director of Pro-Media Communications, a social issues PR firm and the executive director of The Moratorium Campaign, a national anti-death penalty nonprofit founded by Sr Helen Prejean. She began her career at Pyramid Communications, a public affairs firm in Seattle. She was also lead advance during the 2000 Gore/Lieberman Campaign. She has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer, a mentor with the Women’s Prison Association, and has assisted with publicizing the wrongful convictions of three men widely known as the West Memphis Three over the last decade.