Medical Director, Physician
Dr. Dodd joined MS&T as the medical director in summer of 2022. Dr. Dodd grew up in Chesterfield, MO and attended Saint Louis University for her degree in Chemistry. She then moved to Kansas City to attend medical school. Her final training was at the University of Louisville, where she trained to be a General Pediatrician.
Dr. Dodd is a proud military spouse and has 2 young daughters that keep her busy at home. She enjoys Cardinals baseball and camping with her family. Her favorite part of working at Student Health is helping guide students through their adolescent transition.
Director of Student Health Operations, Family Nurse Practitioner
Tracy is a Physician Assistant originally from Kansas City. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Iowa. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
After studying in Iowa she returned to Missouri to be closer to her and her spouse's families and landed in Rolla. After working for 20 years in family medicine, she took an opportunity to join the Student Health team in 2017. She enjoys helping students with their healthcare needs, learning about health experiences from students of diverse backgrounds and working with students traveling internationally.
Tracy enjoys spending time with her family and pets, walking and hiking, spending time at the river and lake, kayaking and true crime shows and podcasts.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Casey is a Family Nurse Practitioner on her second stent at Student Health Services. First was 2009-2011 before coming back in 2018 – present. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from University of Central Missouri in 2001 and Master of Science degree in Nursing from University of Missouri-Columbia in 2009. She is credentialled as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Work experience includes Student Health Services, Rural Family Practice, and Occupational Medicine as well.
She is married to her husband Andy and together they have 4 wonderful children that keep her very busy outside of work. They love spending time with their family and enjoying all their kids’ activities.
There is no other place in medicine that I would like to work other than a Student Health Clinic. I love working with this age group and helping when we can get them through anything that would come up medically during this big transition period of their lives.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Licensed Practical Nurse
Shana Brumble joined the Student Health team in July 2014. Shana Graduated from the Licensed Practical Nursing program at Waynesville Career Center in 2013. She has worked in healthcare since 2009 – as a certified nursing assistant, a restorative nursing assistant, and then as an LPN.
Shana is from the Rolla area and loves to call Missouri home. In her free time, Shana enjoys spending time with her family (husband and two daughters) and volunteering at her local church as a youth leader.
Certified Medical Assistant
April Cahill joined our team September 2022, she is a Certified Medical Assistant with over 9 years’ experience, April previously worked at Mercy Clinic in Rolla. April was born and raised in Rolla. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and riding her motorcycles.
Certified Medical Assistant
Senior Business Support Specialist, Office Manager
Helena has been with Student Health for a year as the Senior Business Support Specialist. She has her Bachelor of Arts with a major in criminal justice from Columbia College. In her free time Helena is busy with her 2 kids, 4 dogs, and 1 cat. She also enjoys reading and traveling.
Business Support Specialist I
Audrey has been with Student Health for over a year. She has an associate degree and is working on her bachelor’s degree in business. She anticipates graduating in December of 2023. In her free time Audrey loves playing golf, spending time with her friends and family, and playing with her schnauzer, Tuck.
Office Support Assistant III
Gert has been with Student Health since November of 2022. She came to us from Russell House where she worked to alleviate food insecurity for those currently sheltered safely from abusive relationships. She is currently working towards a degree in food science. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, creating recipes, reading, and spending time with her family.
Office Support Assistant III
Head Athletic Trainer
Lance joined the Sports Medicine staff in the fall of 2020. From 1996-2020 he was the Head Athletic Trainer at McKendree University and served primarily the football program along with the supervision of athletic training students in the Accredited Athletic Training Program (ATEP). Over the years he has provided coverage for numerous other collegiate sports to include basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey. He has traveled internationally with USYS Olympic Development Program (ODP) and was responsible for the athletic training coverage for USYS ODP regional summer camps. Lance graduated from Cedarville University in 1994 and a master’s degree from McKendree University in 2004.
Sam joined the Sports Medicine team at S&T in August 2018 and is from Wildwood, MO. She attended Bradley University to obtain her bachelor’s degree in health sciences. She then moved to Utah to get her master’s degree in athletic training from Weber State University. She had the pleasure of working with the Utah Royals FC team over the summer of 2018 and worked with the Arizona Diamondbacks in the summer of 2017. Samantha played Club Soccer at Bradley University and she enjoys traveling, hiking, kayaking and biking.
Nick Driscoll originally came to Missouri S&T in the spring of 2019 as a student intern and joined the sports medicine staff in fall 2019 as an Intern Athletic Trainer to work with Miner football and softball.
Originally from West Chicago Illinois, Nick received his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in May 2019 from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb. As a student, he had a year-long rotation working with the NIU football team. He also did rotations with local high school athletics, and Division III women’s soccer and basketball with Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.
Jenalee joined the sports medicine staff in July 2021 and works primarily with the Miner women’s volleyball and baseball teams. She is originally from Springfield, Missouri, and attended Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri where she earned a bachelor of science degree in Athletic Training in 2015. Jenalee worked toward a master of science degree in Human Performance from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri from 2015-2017 while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the Lindenwood- Belleville campus. Most recently, she spent fall 2017 through spring 2021 as an athletic trainer and exercise science instructor at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri. Jenalee has also spent time working on as-needed basis for St. Louis-area high school and club sports through Athletico Physical Therapy, and also had the opportunity to provide coverage in part at the 2016 Men’s USA Gymnastics Olympic Trials.
When not at work, Jenalee and her husband enjoy strength training, watching Major League Baseball, and spending time with their Siberian huskies, Chloe and Thor.
Jordan Weldon joined the sports medicine staff in 2022 and works primarily with the Miner women’s soccer and men’s volleyball teams. She is originally from Earth, Texas. Jordan earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Sports Science degree at Lubbock Christian University in Lubbock, Texas in 2019. In 2021, Jordan went on to get her Master of Athletic Training degree at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center while doing clinical rotations at Texas Tech University and South Plains College.
After graduation, Jordan worked at Missouri Baptist University as an assistant athletic trainer and worked with the men’s basketball, softball, dance, and stunt teams. In her free time, Jordan likes to be around friends and family, watch Netflix, and play with her Bernedoodle, Nala.
Madelynn Kallembach joined the sports medicine staff in 2023 and works primarily with the track and field / cross country teams and the Miner football team.
After earning her Associate Degree in Science at Parkland College in 2018, Kallembach graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2020. Kallembach then earned her Master of Science in Athletic Training from Eastern Kentucky University in 2022.
After graduating from Eastern Kentucky, she spent a year on the Athletic Training Staff at Anderson University in Anderson IN. In her free time, Madelynn enjoys reading, watching soccer, and spending time outside.