Our Team

Teamwork is the secret that makes common people achieve uncommon results.  Ifeanyi Enoch Onucha    


Wisconsin OST Alliance - Marshfield Clinic Health System Team 

Randy Neve Jen Smith Aimee Hubacher Kris Brunberg
Randy Neve
Jennifer Smith
Program Coordinator 
Aimee Hubacher
Health Educator 
YoungStar Coach
 Kristin Brunberg
Health Educator
YoungStar Coach


WOSTA Leadership Team Consultants

Linda Eisele Dan Gage
Linda Eisele
Professional Development
Dan Gage
Policy & Advocacy


Wisconsin Out of School Time Alliance (WOSTA), a program of Marshfield Clinic Health System – Center for Community Health Advancement, is dedicated to fostering quality out-of-school time (OST) programming across Wisconsin. We believe in the transformative power of OST programs to positively impact the lives of children and families in our communities. 

Randy Neve has been with MCHS since 1998 and network lead since 2008. Randy’s career has been dedicated to youth related health issues on a local, regional and state level. A theme throughout his tenure has been partnership development. 

Jennifer Smith has been with Marshfield Clinic Health System since 2014. Jennifer earned her M.Ed. from University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and has worked in spaces supporting children and adolescents for over 25 years.  Jennifer began as a public-school teacher, transitioned to a community-based youth program and now supports out-of-school time programs and program staff throughout the state of Wisconsin in her work with the Wisconsin Afterschool Network.   

Aimee Hubacher has recently joined the Marshfield Health System as a health educator. She excelled in early childhood education at Waukesha County Technical College and further pursued a Bachelor of Science in Education with a focus on early childhood and special education at UW-Whitewater. Aimee previously held a lead teacher position in the 3K Preschool program at the School District of Menomonee Falls. During her time there, she contributed to the establishment of an inclusive preschool program in partnership with the special education department, accommodating both early childhood special education students and other preschoolers from the community. In 2020, Aimee relocated to the Wisconsin Northwoods and worked as a substitute teacher at the Northland Pines School District, gaining valuable experience with students ranging from 4k to 12th grade. She later took on the role of directing a local non-profit childcare and preschool before joining the Wisconsin Out of School Time Alliance team, where she is thrilled to be a part of their mission. 

Kris Brunberg is a Health Educator for the Marshfield Clinic Health System. Prior to this position, Kris worked in school districts to start and administer afterschool and 21st Century Community Learning Center programs in Northwestern Wisconsin, as well as work for Clemson Extension's Youth Institute facilitating Outdoor Education, Outdoor Adventure and Summer Camp programs. 

Linda Eisele is currently the professional development lead for the Wisconsin Afterschool Network and has been with the network since its inception in 2005. Linda began her career as an extension home economist in Missouri specializing in child and family development.  She later received a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She was editor of publications for St Mary’s Hospital in Madison and served in various administrative positions with the Wisconsin Youth Company.  Prior to her retirement in 2012, she served as a childcare specialist for the City of Madison Child Care Unit providing training and technical assistance to programs seeking City of Madison Accreditation.   She was an endorser for the National Afterschool Association Accreditation and before retirement, presented many workshops at the National Afterschool Association annual conferences. She is a Registry approved master trainer. 

Dan GageWAN consultant for advocacy, education, and outreach, specializes in building alliances for out-of-school time programs. With a background in public education and leadership roles at the Green Bay Education Association, Dan brings practical experience to his role. As a former social studies teacher, he emphasizes collaboration and grassroots efforts to enhance educational opportunities for students in out-of-school time settings.