Meet the Student Life Staff
Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students (2005)
EdD, Vanderbilt University
MDiv, Reformed Theological Seminary
MSEd, Educational Administration, Southern Illinois University
BA, Biological Sciences, DePauw University
Brad Voyles oversees the direction of the student development team. By supervising, coordinating, and engaging the many different aspects of student development, Brad plays a vital role in encouraging a vibrant educational and relational environment on campus. Brad is married with three children and serves as an elder at Chattanooga Valley Presbyterian Church.
Associate Dean of Students, Student Life (2019)
MSEd, Higher Education & Student Affairs, Baylor University
BS, Public Relations, Illinois State University
AS, Arts & Sciences, Illinois Central College
Nesha Evans is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining the student life programs, which include new student orientation, the multicultural program, student leadership opportunities, and discipleship. Nesha, her husband Jason, and their son and daughter are members of New City Fellowship Glenwood.
Associate Dean of Students, Residence Life (2016)
PhD, Educational Leadership, Clemson University
MEd, Counselor Education, Clemson University
BS, Computer & Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University
Jon is responsible for cultivating a residential, co-curricular experience that provides a safe, clean, well-maintained living environment and a community of discipleship. Jon is a member at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church along with his wife, Emily, and their four children.
Coordinator of Student Success (2019)
MA, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Richmont Graduate University
BS, Educational Psychology, Mississippi State University
Becca Moore is responsible for providing counseling, advising, and educational programming to support student learning, promote student success, and retaining students to graduation. She is responsible for the Center for Student Success which provides academic support and campus resources to students, facilitates accommodations for students with learning differences and disabilities, and houses the testing center.
Student Development Coordinator (2019)
M.Ed Higher Education Administration, Georgia Southern University
BS, Business, Middle Tennessee State University
Jennifer Ray is responsible for providing administrative support for the office of Student Development which includes assisting staff and students with activities related to Student Development, serving as the first point of contact for the office, coordinating the Mark 10:45 Program and managing the student staff. Jennifer and her husband Chris have two children and attend New Salem United Methodist Church, where her husband serves as senior pastor.
Graduate Assistant in the Center for Student Success (2019)
B.A. in Visual Arts, Covenant College
Caroline Reeves assists the Coordinator for Student Success and works primarily with new students who are provisionally accepted and current students on academic probation. Additionally, she works with students on developing time management, study skills, and general effectiveness as they go through college. Caroline graduated from Covenant in 2019 and is working on completing her MS in Leadership from Belhaven University. Caroline also attends North Shore Fellowship.
Graduate Assistant for Student Life (2020)
B.A. in English, Texas A&M University
Aly Faulk provides support to the Associate Dean Students for Student Life and the Student Life Department. She is primarily responsible for coordinating the efforts of the Multicultural Program which involves her assisting in the oversight of the Multicultural Program Student Leaders and the International Student Support Network. Aly is also a member of the Chattanooga Fellows Program and attends New City Fellowship Church, Glenwood.