Alumna bikes from N.M. to Maryland to help former prisoners

Alumna Lindsay Waite, J.D. '77, on her way from Albuquerque to Baltimore.

Alumna Lindsay Waite, J.D. ’77, who is raising money to help ex-prisoners reenter society.

It’s a long way from Albuquerque to Baltimore – 1,858 miles to be exact — but Lindsay Waite, J.D. ’77, is covering the distance by bike. Her mission: raise money for nonprofits devoted to helping former prisoners reintegrate into society.

Waite began her journey in New Mexico on April 2 and was scheduled to arrive in Baltimore early this week. To date she’s raised $3,268, according to a news release.

A photographer, writer and advocate, Waite, 67, practiced law in Maryland until 2004, working as an assistant public defender in Baltimore, the release said; she also volunteered as a teacher in state prisons. She moved to Albuquerque in 2014.

Learn more about Waite and her fund-raising efforts.

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