Marc has worked in the substance abuse treatment space for over ten years. Drawing on his experience overcoming his own struggle with substance abuse, Marc thrives working in the trenches with clients as he helps them fight for freedom from addiction.
He is rewarded when he witnesses clients discover their true selves. Marc’s grateful to work in the foothills of the breathtaking Wasatch Range with a team that truly cares about every client.
Marc has an amazing wife and three awesome kids. In his free time, he cheers on his kids at sports games and dance recitals. He’s also an avid pickleball player.
Director of Billing
Jade has worked exclusively in the substance abuse treatment field, specializing in medical billing for eight years. Jade does everything in her power to make recovery financially possible for clients and their families so that they can focus on what’s really important—overcoming addiction.
When she’s not helping clients bypass barriers to treatment, Jade loves to hike, garden, and explore Utah with her family. She is also active in the recovery community, where she uses her experience, strength, and hope to help other women recover from addiction. She feels fortunate to be surrounded by the awe-inspiring mountains every day at Wasatch Crest, which has enhanced her spiritual life tenfold.
Director of Facilities
Ron is the Director of Facilities at Wasatch Crest, attending to the campus’ seven acres of buildings and grounds. He has worked as the Director of Engineering at Hotel Park City, Managing Engineer at Montage Deer Valley, and Manager of HOA Maintenance at Cooper's Property Management. Ron holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Some of Ron’s favorite engineering feats include welding the amusement ride that sits atop the Stratosphere in Las Vegas and building a swinging porch chairlift chair that sold for 15,000 dollars at a charity auction. Not to be overshadowed by his engineering accomplishments, Ron makes a mouthwatering Sweet Crushed Red Pepper Barbeque Sauce.
For Ron, the opportunity to connect with clients is integral to the enjoyment he has for his work. Ron is known and loved by Wasatch Crest clients for his inspirational quotes, anecdotal stories, and genuine concern for their well-being.
Ron’s many interests and hobbies include photography, welding, cooking, baking, writing, helping others, and boating. Ron is Canadian American and has a puppycat called KittyCat or IggyBiggee, depending on the day.
Uinta Sober Living Program Director
Tyson helms Wasatch Crest's Uinta transitional living program, where he helps clients create a life worth staying sober for. A certified peer support specialist, Tyson leads therapeutic groups and works with clients to develop practical life skills. Tyson draws on his recovery experience as a Wasatch Crest alum and empowers clients to believe that their recovery is possible. Tyson fills his free time outside in the Wasatch Range—trail running, bow hunting, dirt biking, fishing, and camping. He also tries to compete in at least one Spartan Race every year.
Mirza brightens the treatment experience at Wasatch Crest with his worldly cuisine and gregarious nature. Mirza learned to cook over twenty years ago in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he is originally from. He's spent the last twenty years in Utah, where he spends his free time fishing, hiking, and hunting. Mirza keeps a rotating menu at Wasatch Crest, so clients rarely eat the same dish twice. His signature paella is renowned among Wasatch Crest staff, clients, and alumni. Mirza enjoys being surrounded by the mountain landscape and working with the caring and friendly team at Wasatch Crest.
Accountant & Human Resources
Leasa handles all things human resources and accounting at Wasatch Crest. After owning a business and raising four children, Leasa decided to attend college where she earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Leasa enjoys being part of Wasatch Crest’s caring team and loves watching clients progress on their recovery journeys.
Leasa has built a house, worked as a Mountain Host in Park City, and loves to ski, golf, and sew. She has four children, two grandchildren, and a labrador named Max.
Lead Recovery Advocate
As a recovery advocate, Brady works directly with clients, ensuring they have a friendly and safe environment that’s ideal for a successful recovery.
After 25 years of substance abuse, Brady was able to free himself from addiction and has been sober for almost five years. Hoping to help others find the joy and happiness that he discovered, Brady began working in the substance abuse treatment field. Drawing on his experience, Brady relates well to clients who are just beginning their recovery journeys. He is inspired when he sees the light come back into clients’ lives, a sight he considers beautiful.
Brady continues to implement his recovery principles by striving to be rigorously honest and doing the next morally right thing every day. He loves fishing, riding his motorcycle, and spending time with his son, stepdaughter, and girlfriend.
Lead Recovery Advocate
Kelly is a recovery advocate who gets her kicks watching clients succeed. In recovery herself, she works joyfully with clients, assisting with therapeutic groups, and 12-step meetings. She lives in the woods of northwest Utah, and loves dogs, sports, doing yoga, and meditating.
Randy is a recovery advocate at Wasatch Crest, who enjoys making clients laugh. Randy has been sober for twenty years. He is inspired by helping clients work towards sobriety and find peace in their recovery. On his days off, he loves to golf, go on vacation with his wife, and camp with his family.
As a Recovery Advocate at Wasatch Crest, Austin supports clients with their daily needs, while encouraging them to show up for themselves and do the little and big things that will support their recovery. Because so many people helped Austin along his own recovery journey, he felt like it was his turn to do the same for others, so he joined the recovery forces at Wasatch Crest.
Austin has worked primarily in customer service and hospitality roles. As a result of his service-oriented roles, Austin is adept at listening to people’s problems with an unbiased ear and finding a solution that works for all parties. Austin enjoys having serious conversations with clients about their recovery and watching them get excited about their futures. One of Austin’s favorite parts about working as a recovery advocate is having fun and laughing with the clients while they learn how to enjoy their lives in sobriety.
Austin is a professional military-style exhibition rifle driller. When he’s not practicing drill with his rifle, he likes to longboard, ride his moped, and write poetry. His favorite place is the Oregon Coast.
Gena works with clients on the night shift, helping with client medications, resident rounds, and tidying up. Gena loves being a part of so many people’s journey to sobriety. Even though individuals come to Wasatch Crest to find positive influences and healing, Gena believes that the clients provide their own inspirational impacts on the staff through their courage and strength.
Gena’s kind spirit extends to animals of all kinds, which she enjoys adopting and providing a home to. She is also a mother.
Gary helps clients with all things recovery, making sure their needs are met and they feel supported. Once clients have completed their treatment stay, he also helps prepare them for their transition to a life in recovery.
Gary is a proud Wasatch Crest graduate. He is grateful for the opportunity to help clients who are in a dark place, like he once was, and provide them with guidance by drawing on his own recovery experience. He feels a sense of purpose when he is able to hear clients’ stories and share his own recovery story with them. Gary is inspired by seeing clients begin to love themselves, realize that they are worthy of being happy, and begin to change their lives for the better.
Gary loves playing sports, running, and working out. His favorite place to be is outside, hiking a grueling trail. Gary’s not only active, but he’s smart too. One of his biggest claims to fame is taking third place in his seventh-grade spelling bee. Gary loves listening and reading books. He’s a big Twilight fan, and he once owned two sugar gliders that he named Edward and Bella. His favorite sports teams are the Steelers, Astros, and Jazz. He’s also a proud father.
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Kenzie has a family history of addiction. She overcame her own battle with substance abuse after attending treatment in 2018. Throughout her time in recovery, she has worked in treatment centers and within the recovery community to provide aid to others struggling with addiction. Passionate about meeting people where they are physically, mentally, and emotionally, she works with a nonprofit to provide individuals on the streets of Salt Lake City with harm-reduction care, hygiene kits, and personal connection. In her free time, Kenzie boats, hikes, camps, meditates, practices yoga, and tries new things. Joyful at heart, Kenzie radiates light and positivity wherever she goes.
As a Wasatch Crest Recovery Advocate, Jamee ensures clients are cared for and supported during their entire treatment experience. A Wasatch Crest graduate herself, Jamee is able to share her own experiences with clients to help inspire their recovery journeys. Watching clients progress as they shine a little brighter each day brings her immense joy. Jamee loves to travel, cook, craft, and decorate. She has been married to her best friend for over 26 years. Jamee is also a mother to four beautiful children and a sweet puppy named Mr. Moseby Goodboy.
Rosa has worked at Wasatch Crest for over seven years. Overseeing the maintenance of Wasatch Crest’s residences, she creates a warm, welcoming, and clean environment for clients to heal. Rosa has several years of experience working in residential, commercial, and hospitality settings, including maintaining high-end homes in Park City.
Rosa loves laughing with clients and helping them practice their Spanish. She often brings her little dog named Gordo to work, who soaks up all the attention from the Wasatch Crest clients and staff.