Meet the Team

Professor, Pediatric Surgery

Director, Pediatric Trauma 

Assistant Professor, Pediatric Surgery

Associate Director, Pediatric Trauma 

Associate Director, Pediatric Surgical Critical Care Fellowship 

Amy Randall, MSN, RN, TCRN

Pediatric Trauma & Injury Prevention

Program Manager

Amy Randall is the Pediatric Trauma & Injury Prevention Program Manager for C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital.  Amy obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Oakland University and her Master of Science in Nursing Degree from the University of Detroit Mercy.  She has held a variety of roles in her over 25+ year nursing career, from flight nursing to hospice, but found her true passion when joining the Pediatric Trauma & Injury Prevention team at Mott in 2013.

Amy is an active member of the Pediatric Trauma Society, Society of Trauma Nurses, Michigan Trauma Coalition, and an Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses course instructor.  She is also an instructor of the Trauma Certification Registered Nurse (TCRN) review course as well as a TCRN.   She is incredibly proud of the innovative work of the Mott Pediatric Trauma & Injury Prevention team she is fortunate to work with, and enjoys brainstorming with the team to find new ways to combat and prevent pediatric injury.

Outside of work, Amy enjoys spending time with her family and friends traveling, golfing (not as much as her husband would like), reading and enjoying time outdoors.

Clarissa Santana, MA, LPC, CPST-I

Bilingual Injury Prevention Specialist

Clarissa is an Injury Prevention Specialist for the C.S. Mott Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program. She attended Eastern Michigan University for her bachelor's degree and Wayne State University for her master's in clinical mental health counseling. She is fluent in both English and Spanish and has a deep appreciation for the value of cultural diversity.

Clarissa’s focus has been on extending injury prevention education to Spanish-speaking communities. She has worked on the creation of comprehensive educational materials covering various aspects of pediatric injury prevention. These materials have been widely used to educate parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals on best practices to ensure the safety and well-being of children. Clarissa is a certified child passenger safety instructor (CPST-I). As a CPST-I, she is committed to helping caregivers understand the importance of following best practices when it comes to child safety in vehicles.


In addition to her role at Mott, Clarissa is a licensed mental health counselor at a private practice. When she isn't working Clarissa can be found listening to her favorite Spanish artist, reading fiction and thriller novels, playing with her dog Louie, or planning her next theme for Halloween.

Jane F. Riebe-Rodgers, MPH, CSTR, CAISS

Clinical Information Analyst, Sr.

Jane started her career in the management of trauma data in 1988, and has worked in various capacities including as the director of 4 regional trauma registries in Ohio, and even spent 2 years in Doha, Qatar, working with their trauma program. She has her Master’s in Public Health Epidemiology.  She is a Certified Specialist in Trauma Registry (CSTR) and a Certified Abbreviated Injury Scoring Specialist (CAISS).  She has been with the Pediatric Trauma Program at Mott Children’s Hospital since 2012.  

In her personal time, Jane enjoys sewing, digital scrapbooking, gardening, golfing, and bowling.  She and her husband enjoy the company of 5 cats;  ZooZoo, FrostBite, LadyLongLegs, Chili, and Napoleon.

Julie Brown, CPST-I

Injury Prevention Specialist

Julie Brown is an Injury Prevention Specialist for the C.S. Mott Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program. She began working at Michigan Medicine in 2013 and has worked in her current role since 2015. Julie is a highly experienced Child Passenger Safety Instructor, with over two decades of experience in the field. She holds certifications in child passenger safety, including the National Child Passenger Safety Certification, and is a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician Instructor.

Throughout her career, Julie has trained countless parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals on the latest best practices in child passenger safety. She has conducted hundreds of child safety seat checks, ensuring that every child she encounters is traveling safely and securely.

Julie is happily married and the proud mother of two sons. When she is not working Julie can be found at a hockey rink cheering on her son or enjoying her free time by the lake. 

Marie Snodgrass, CPST-I

Injury Prevention Program Lead

Marie Snodgrass is the Injury Prevention Program Lead in the Pediatric Trauma Department at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Marie’s role in Pediatric Trauma began at Mott in 2012.  Marie has a degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan. She has been a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician since 2001 and a Child Passenger Safety Instructor since 2012. Marie is currently the Program Coordinator for Safe Kids Huron Valley. 

Prior to coming to Mott, Marie worked 15 years as a Family/Community Support Coordinator with Head Start in Flint, Michigan. Marie is also an active volleyball and basketball Official with the Michigan High School Athletic Association. Marie has been married since 1999 and is the mother of two boys, spending most of her free time at the lacrosse fields watching them play, one collegiately and one in high school. Both boys will tell you, however, that Marie’s favorite child is Libby, their Boston Terrier!

Rebecca VanStanton, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN 

Pediatric Trauma Clinical Reviewer

Rebecca is the pediatric trauma clinical reviewer for the C.S. Mott Pediatric Trauma Program focusing on performance improvement and patient safety. Prior to this role, she had worked in pre-hospital, emergency, and burn/trauma departments since 2002, caring for and serving a diversity of patients of all ages in rural and urban settings across several states. Rebecca attained her BSN from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, her MSN from Texas Tech University, and is currently working toward her DNP at the University of Michigan.


In addition to her work at C.S. Mott, Rebecca serves as the president for the Michigan Emergency Nurses Association and volunteers for the American Burn Association (ABA), Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing, and Emergency Nurses Association (ENA). She serves as an item writer for the Trauma Certified Registered Nurse (TCRN) certification exam and is a peer reviewer for Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC), Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC), and the ABA Core Curriculum for Burn Nursing: From Injury Prevention to Rehabilitation. Rebecca chairs and sits on multiple national committees for the ENA and ABA focusing on improving care, providing education, and advocating for both nurses and patients.


When she’s not working or volunteering you can find Rebecca traveling, hiking, being outdoors, or spending time with her dogs, cats, chickens, or cockatiel.