As the Director of Training and Criminal Justice, Eva-Marie Malone utilizes skills and expertise in strategic communications, organizational development, and technology to create innovative training programs for our partners. She also leads organizational criminal justice reform work, including narrative development, communications strategy and capacity building, enabling our partners to tell their persuasive and authentic story about the need to define safety for all members of our communities.
Eva-Marie has extensive experience developing strategic communications and communications systems at nationally-known legal organizations such as the Pro Bono Institute and American Immigration Lawyers Association. Eva-Marie has a B.A. from Wheaton College and a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.
Publications, Papers & Presentations
- Legal Ethics for In-House Corporate Counsel (No. 87-1st) (with Eve Runyon) The Five W's of Corporate Pro Bono: Who, What, When, Where, and Why
- Immigration & Nationality Law Handbook, 2000-01 Edition (with Tatia Gordon-Troy) Selected Bibliography for Immigration Law and Practice
- Economic Justice for Women of Color: A Human Rights Perspective – a parallel event at the 56th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women