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Nicole Dyson

Nicole Dyson,
Executive Director

Nicole is a powerhouse in Christ with a passion for real justice. Nicole sees women struggle during incarceration and upon release. They are too often defined according to the crimes they have committed and too slowly exonerated as daughters of the living God. TJI steadily shares the light of the gospel of grace to women in darkest of places- behind razor wire. This ministry has led so many women to freedom in Jesus, baptized over 560 and helped them to walk in their newly redeemed life.


Randy Dyson

Randy is retired from the City of Gainesville after 29 years. He has been in recovery from drugs and alcohol for almost 35 years! While Nicole relates to the women from an incarceration standpoint, Randy relates to them from a physical and spiritual recovery perspective.  They do all TJI ministry together.  


Josh Tracy

Josh, an accountant by trade, helps TJI in numerous capacities.  He has been instrumental in creating TJI bylaws, filing taxes and bookkeeping.  Josh goes above and beyond to help TJI. He is a critical asset to the organization. 


Jessica WeaveR

Jessica became involved with The Jesus Infusion in February 2022. Like Nicole, Jessica was previously incarcerated in the prison system, and now has a heart for prison ministry and re-entry. She has a joyful love for Jesus and is passionate about helping others discover a new way of life in the Lord!

Melissa Lott

Melissa Lott

Melissa is a retired former prison Captain who served 27 years in the Florida Prison System.  Her first interaction with TJI was in prison where she worked.  Melissa is a plethora of information. She has an  uncanny ability to get things done for the Lord and for the Kingdom. 


Marianne Vandongen

Marianne's perspective as a formerly incarcerated person, who met TJI behind bars, is invaluable.  Her past experience helps TJI effectively impact women during imprisonment and on their path of reentry. Her faith is strong and her fire for the Lord is contagious.


Andy Reynolds

The Lord called Andy to serve in 2006 after a life of addiction and dysfunction. He currently serves as assistant director for a men's residential program. He has also worked as a staffing coordinator for a behavioral health hospital, as well as, worked with adolescents in a residential substance abuse treatment center. He is passionate about spiritual growth and leadership.

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