Madison Jeffers

Financial Aid Administrator

Madison has a Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a focus on pre-health professions, from Blackburn College in Carlinville, IL. She began her career in higher education six years ago when she was a current student at Blackburn College, being promoted within the Work Program to a paraprofessional within the Financial Aid Office as the FAFSA Verification Specialist. Prior to that she earned her associate’s degree at Lincoln Land Community college where she was also a Peer Tutor and Study Group Coordinator. Madison acts not only as the Student Services Coordinator for St. John’s College but also as the Title IX Investigator and chair of the college’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Committee.

Angela Voudrie-Brockman

Administrative Assistant

Angela serves as the Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor and Dean, and as the college Bursar. She comes to St. John’s College of Nursing from Regency Nursing Care where she worked in several roles, starting as the Activities Director, supervising employees, organizing over 20 volunteers, and coordinating activities for over 80 residents. Angela is a Certified Activities Director. She was promoted to Social Services Director, where she was the family liaison and maintained communication between families and the facility. Angela’s last role at Regency was as Admissions Coordinator, where she welcomed new admissions to the facility, collected initial payments for room and board and reviewed referrals for acceptability to the facility. 

Alisha Williams, B.A.

Admissions Recruiter

Alisha has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from University of Illinois-Springfield. She has over 16 years' experience in recruitment with Midwest Technical Institute and sales with Mid-West Family Broadcasting. Alisha also has earned certifications in Sandler Business Training and NASM. She is a member of IACAC and PICU. In addition to recruiting for St. John’s College she is also leading the NP3 program.

Amanda Winter


Amanda has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from SIUE in Edwardsville, IL. Working under Dr. Danielle N. Lee, Amanda studied vole breeding patterns her junior and senior years of college. She was a summer intern through the Robert Noyce Program and a Robert Noyce Teacher scholarship recipient. She has five years of informal education experience through Lincoln Memorial Garden and four years of formal education experience from teaching secondary science. Throughout her education career, Amanda coached scholastic bowl and directed drama productions. In addition to being the Simulationist at St. John's College, Amanda also leads the NP3 program.