About Women Over Incarcerated

Empowering & Advocating for Change

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Mission Statement

WomenOverIncarcerated (WOI) is an advocacy group created to shed light on injustice, provide resources to women in prison and female returning citizens, empowering them to successfully transition back into society and reunite with their families.

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WomenOverIncarcerated (WOI) is an advocacy group created to shed light on injustice and empower women in prison, and female returning citizens. We provide educational resources to help women in prison heal, recognize their potential and recapture their dreams. Upon their release, WOI provides support through clothing, counseling and mentoring services, helping female offenders successfully transition back into society and re-establish family ties.
 Through public awareness campaigns, our organization aims to educate the public about the rising epidemic of women in prison, the injustices they face and the consequences of their imprisonment on society. Additionally, WOI supports and rallies for viable alternatives to incarceration for female offenders
Denise Dixon

Denise Dixon

Executive Director

Denise Dixon is the founder and Executive Director of Women Over Incarnated (WOI). Denise is a native of Philadelphia, and has ten years managerial and trainer experience. Denise received her BSBM from University of Phoenix and has her Masters in Adult Training and Education from University of Phoenix.

Whitney Lee

Whitney Lee

Director of Human Resources

Whitney Lee is a co-founder and Director of Human Resources of Women Over Incarcerated. Whitney received her bachelor’s from Ashford University in Health and Human services. She has her Masters in Organizational Management with a specialization in Human Services. Whitney has over 15 years in experience in the Administrative field and Human Services. 

June Jackson

June Jackson

Director of Clinical Services

June Jackson is a Co-Founder and Director of Clinical Services for Women Over Incarcerated. June is a Philadelphia native. She has worked in the Mental Health field for over 20 years. June received her Master’s in Human Resources with a specialization in Mental Health from Springfield College. She has a dedication for helping others move pass their obstacles to see a new life is possible.

Jamila T. Davis

Jamila T. Davis

Co-Founder

Jamila T. Davis, a Founder of Women Over Incarcerated. Jamila is a native of Jamaica Queens, New York. Jamila is a motivational speaker, prison reform activist, and the author of several books like “The High Price I Had To Pay” Book Series geared to empower the young and the old. As a former Hip Hop Music & Professional Sports Celebrity Advisor and real estate investor, Davis is no stranger to triumphs and defeats. From a self-made millionaire at age 25, her life took a tragic twist. Today she’s known as federal prisoner #59253-053, sentenced to 12 1/2 years for bank fraud.

Janice King

Janice King

Director of Community Outreach

Janice King is a Co-Founders and Director of Community Outreach for Women Over Incarcerated.  Janice is a native of Philadelphia, and has over ten years in managerial and administrative experience. She received her Associate’s Degree from American Business Institute in Business Management and Accounting. Janice knows firsthand the need to reach out, and share with the community the services of WOI because she, herself, served a thirteen month federal sentence.