Rondell Treviño is Founder and President of Memphis immigration Project. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical studies at Belhaven University in 2014 and a Master of Divinity from Capital Seminary & Graduate School in 2016. Rondell routinely speaks on immigration issues throughout Memphis, Tennessee & the country. Before becoming Founder and President of Memphis immigration Project, he worked as a Southeast Mobilizer for the Evangelical Immigration Table & the National Immigration Forum where he met with faith, business, law enforcement, and legislators in Washington on the need for immigration reform that lines up with biblical principals. Above all, Rondell is married to Laura Treviño and is the proud father of Sofia Treviño.
Cameron Ventura is a church planter, writer, and Immigration activist. Since 2014 he has partnered with the National Immigration Forum by organizing events on college campuses, contacting legislators, and generating dialogue about reform. After graduating with a B.A. in Intercultural Studies from North Greenville University, he went on to serve on the Religious Life Council at the College of Charleston for a year while directing the Baptist Collegiate Ministries for the greater Charleston area. In 2017, he and his wife commissioned the overseers of the church they planted with complete leadership as they relocated to Myrtle Beach, SC. Now they are helping to develop a missional community with their home church, Seacoast Vineyard.
Alan Cross is a pastor, educator/trainer, writer, Immigration Advocate, and global strategist. He is the founder of CDI and has served as its director since 2007. He served as pastor of Gateway Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama for more than 15 years and is a graduate of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary where he earned a Master of Divinity with a focus in Intercultural Studies. Alan also has a B.S. in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Social Studies. Currently, Alan is also working as a consultant and mobilizer in the Southeast for the Bibles, Badges & Business program in partnership with the Evangelical Immigration Table. He is also the author of 2 books including “When Heaven & Earth Collide” and “Joy Persevering”.
Tabitha McDuffee is Founder of FaithandForcedMigration.com, an online resource for Christians who are serving refugees both vocationally and voluntarily. She holds a double BA in Biblical and Intercultural Studies from Moody Bible Institute and is pursuing an MA in Refugee Law and Forced Migration Studies from the University of London. Tabitha also works in nonprofit communications, helping organizations like World Relief inform and inspire their volunteers and donors. She lives with her husband in the Chicago suburbs and can’t imagine life without tea.
Jason Lee serves as a pastor and missionary with the Acts 17 Initiative primarily serving refugees, immigrants, and internationals, and equipping churches across the southeast to engage the nations that are their neighbors. He has an unwavering commitment to Scripture and a passion for helping local churches glorify God by engaging the nations in gospel ministry. By God’s grace Jason has served in vocational Gospel ministry for over 20 years and in over 20 countries in various ministry roles including launching refugee ministries in 3 US metro areas, missionary roles, church planting, & pastoral ministry. He also serves as a consultant for immigration/refuge ministry to a variety of denominations, churches, and entities along with policy advisement and advocacy roles to encourage Biblically informed positions.