Ron is married and has six children. He has a bachelor of science degree from BYU in Recreation Management and Youth Leadership. He has over 30 years of experience working in residential treatment. In his spare time he enjoys softball, watching his boys play college soccer, and all types of sports. He also coaches the LRA soccer team.
Sau Lee has been with Logan River for many years and has a great rapport with the students. Sau supervises the girls’ program on the day shift and is also responsible for on-call staff and a lot of the training for new staff. She is an integral part of the team and a very pleasant person to be associated with. She has helped shape the lives of many students in a very positive way.
Tamra has been a vauable part of Maple Rise and Logan River for a long time. She has a great rapport with the students and has helped hundreds of our students be successful. She has the critical role of supervising the Maple Rise house and staff, working closely with Sean, the Program Director, and the girls’ therapists.
Kenny is one of the Residential Managers at LRA. He has been working with the adolescent youth here since 2011. He enjoys his job and goes out of his way to get to know each student. He is currently attending Utah State University, studying Political Science. When Kenny is not at work he enjoys spending time with his wife and their 1 yr old daughter. He enjoys sports and the outdoors especially golf, baseball, and fishing.
Mike Warde has lived in the cache valley for the past 15 years with his wife and 4 children. He graduated from USU with a master’s degree in school counseling. During this same time he has been working in residential treatment centers for over 12 years, more than 9 of those years at Logan River Academy. Some of Mike’s interests include spending time with his kids skiing, playing football or swimming and rooting for them in their various activities.