Suzy Salamy is a social worker at the Innocence Project who helps clients transition to life outside prison following wrongful incarceration. Previously, Suzy worked at the NYC Anti-Violence Project as the senior manager of the Clinical and Advocacy Programs, where she provided crisis intervention, counseling, and advocacy to LGBTQ and HIV affected survivors of violence. Before entering social work, Suzy worked in the documentary world, and utilizes her film/video skills within her social work practice. She received her B.A. from Bard College in film and M.S. in social work from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.