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Meet Our Team

K-12 and Community Relations


Image of Meagan StrehlowMeagan Strehlow

Executive Director, K-12 & Community Relations

Meagan provides leadership and strategic vision for the K-12 and Community Relations program area. After ten years teaching in the K-12 system, Meagan transitioned to UW-Green Bay in 2014 to lead the College Credit in High School program. As the Executive Director of K-12 and Community Relations, Meagan develops partnerships with educational organizations and schools as well as oversees programs including College Credit in High School, Early College Credit Program, Dual Enrollment Access Academy, GEAR UP, Turbocharge, and the Accelerated Associates Degree. In addition to her work with K-12 schools, Meagan creates innovative programs to meet the diverse needs of students of all ages.

Education: B.A. Education, M.S. Education


Image of Aubrey SchrammAubrey Schramm

Executive Manager, GEAR UP Services

Aubrey manages the GEAR UP services and educational programming offered through UW-Green Bay for GEAR UP students across the state.  GEAR UP stands for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs and UW-Green Bay is the named college partner in the 7-year GEAR UP Grant for the State of Wisconsin, serving 2,500 6th-12th grade students in target school districts.  Aubrey works to  provide GEAR UP students with a vast array of unique educational and college/career exploration opportunities, including college credits, after-school programs, STEM events and summer camps. 
Aubrey rejoined the Division after 20 years in various student services and leadership roles within the UW System, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and Green Bay Area Public Schools. 

Education:  B.A. Human Development, M.S.Ed Student Affairs & College Counseling

Annika Kochaver

University Services Program Associate, GEAR UP and Dual Enrollment Services

Annika provides administrative support for the College Credit in High School Program (CCIHS), the Dual Enrollment Access Academy, the Early College Credit Program (ECCP), and GEAR UP services. She is an alumna of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

Education: B.S. Human Biology

Image of Patrick NeuenfeldtPatrick Neuenfeldt

Program Manager, Dual Enrollment Services

Patrick provides management of UW-Green Bay’s dual enrollment services including College Credit in High School (CCIHS), the Early College Credit Program (ECCP), and the Dual Enrollment Access Academy (The Academy). Prior to UW-Green Bay, Patrick worked at an area nonprofit in prevention education. He is an experienced professional with a demonstrated history in academic advising, accommodation services, Title IX, as well as equity, diversity, and inclusion programs and policies. 

Education: M.S.Ed. Student Affairs Administration, B.S. Hospitality Management


Image of Crystal WilliamsCrystal Williams

Program Specialist, College Credit in High School

Crystal has fifteen years as a Sales Training Specialist which fueled her passion for training, development and education. Crystal currently serves as the Program Specialist providing services through the College Credit in High School program. She works with educators in over 70 high schools to offer courses that allow students to get a head start on their college education. 

Education: B.S. Management and Communication


Image of Tess TilotTessa Tilot

Program Specialist, Early College Credit Programs

Tessa has been with K-12 and Community Relations since 2018 and works with the Early College Credit Program (ECCP) and the Dual Enrollment Access Academy (The Academy). As the main contact point for students and School Counselors seeking enrollment for UW-Green Bay classes, she advises students, supports them through the application and enrollment process and serves as a student success resource by connecting students to resources at UW-Green Bay. 

Education: B.S. Professional and Organization Communication & Professional Writing


Image of Sam PostSamantha Post

Program Manager, Rising Phoenix Early College High School

Sam Post earned her Master of Education degree in Professional School Counseling from UW-Oshkosh in 2017 and her Bachelor of Science degree is in Psychology and Human Development from UW-Green Bay in 2014. She has profession
al experience in both school counseling and college admissions counseling where she has worked with students of all age ranges on their academic, career, and social journeys. Sam currently serves as a Student Success Coach for innovative student programs.

Education: B.S Psychology & Human Development, M.S. Professional School Counseling


Image of Adam LandenbergerAdam Landenberger

Student Success Coach, Rising Phoenix Early College High School

Adam Landenberger joined the K-12 and Community Relations team as a Student Success Coach for the GEAR UP Rising Phoenix Program in 2021. Prior to transitioning to his current role, Adam served as the admissions counselor for UW-Green Bay Marinette Campus for two years. He is thrilled to be servicing our GEAR UP Rising Phoenix students from across the state as they work on their Associate of Arts and Science Degree while in their junior and senior years of high school. Go Phoenix!

Education: B.S. Business Administration


Image of Kayla BoguskiKayla Boguski

Student Success Coach, Rising Phoenix Early College High School

Kayla Boguski earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2015. Prior to this position, she worked in the Admissions Office at UW-Green Bay where she served all age ranges of students through the recruitment cycle for over five years. Kayla currently serves as a Student Success Coach for the Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program at Mishicot and Two Rivers High School.

Education: B.S. Education


Image of Angel GelharAngel Gelhar

Student Success Coach, Rising Phoenix Early College High School

Angel joined the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in June of 2021. Prior to UW-GB, Angel worked at Saint Norbert College as an Area Coordinator. Angel has experience counseling K-12 students, and served college students as an academic advisor, supervisor, AODA counselor and coach. Angel currently serves as a Student Success Coach within the Rising Phoenix program and coaches Lincoln High School Students that are attending classes on the Manitowoc campus!

Education: B.S. Psychology, M.S.E. Professional Counseling dual emphasis School Counseling and Student Affairs and College Counseling

Image of Annie FleschAnnie Flesch

Student & Community Relations Coordinator, Accelerated Degree Program

Annie joined the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2010. She has served as a Senior Academic Advisor prior to her transition to the Student and Community Relations Coordinator. Annie does program coordination for the Accelerated Associate degree and provides student support by evaluating prior learning, and providing student support and advising towards college and career pathways.

Education: B.S. Human Development and Family Studies, M.S.E. Professional Counseling



Image of Jason MathwigJason Mathwig

Director, Education Outreach

Jason joined the UW-Green Bay Division of Continuing Education & Community Engagement in February of 2017. He has worked in the UW System since 2008 when he started working in the Admissions Office at UW-Eau Claire. He has also worked in marketing and recruitment, as well as camps and conference management both at UW-Eau Claire and UW-Green Bay. Currently Jason manages UW-Green Bay Youth Programs, the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) and serves as a connection point for community partners. Jason is an alumnus of the Leadership Green Bay Class of 2019 and is a trained Safe Ally.

Education: B.A. Mass Communication, M.A. Sports Management


Image of Andrea FelmerAndrea Felmer

University Services Program Associate, Camps and Conferences

Andrea is an alumna of UW-Green Bay.  Since 2008, Andrea has provided support for UW-Green Bay camps and youth programs. She has received certificates in Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Mental Health First Aid, and has a Level 2 certificate in Inclusivity and Equity.  Andrea is a trained Safe Ally, and has completed both the Kognito Veterans Awareness training and Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention training.     

Education: B.A. Musical Theatre and Arts Management


Image of Susan PikeSusan Pike

Program Specialist, Lifelong Learning Institute

Susan joined UW-Green Bay’s Lifelong Learning Institute in 2017. She spent 17 years at Fort Howard/Georgia Pacific Corp., where she held various positions, including eight years as a Business Analyst in IT. Susan currently serves as the Program Specialist for the Lifelong Learning Institute, which has over 1,000 members and offers over 200 courses each semester in Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marinette, Sheboygan and surrounding areas. Sue does program coordination and provides support for curriculum development for the four campus communities. She monitors the delivery of all in-person and online classes to assure success. She supports over 300 outstanding volunteers that make the Institute one of the best (and one of the best values) in the country.

Education: Associate Degree in Marketing Communications from NWTC