MEET YOUR MOSAIC HOUSE TEAM


LEAH JARAMILLO, LMFT

  • Position: Director of Mosaic House
  • Where she’s from: Colorado Springs, CO
  • Schooling info: Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Utah, Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University
  • Hobbies: Reading, running, going to kids’ sporting events
  • Why this job?: “I have worked wholeheartedly to achieve this next chapter in my life because it is part of my larger goal…which is to give back. I have worked with adolescents for the last 15 years, the last three of those years were at La Europa Academy. While there, I saw how the gifts of love, compassion, and hope can impact an adolescent and their family. In turn, I felt compelled to continue working with adolescents and give back by creating a Transitional Program at Mosaic House that is rooted in love, compassion and hope.”


CASSIE BROWN, LMFT

  • Position: Parent Mentor
  • Where she’s from: Baker City, OR
  • Schooling info: BS in Dietetics from Brigham Young University, MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Amridge University
  • Hobbies: Volleyball, golf, being outdoors and my 2 little boys are currently my favorite hobbies
  • Why this job?: “I have always loved working with parents in family therapy so when I was presented with the opportunity to be a parent coach I knew it would be a great fit. As a parent myself I know that it's important to have someone to be able to confide in or brainstorm with while on the parenting journey. The setting provided at Mosaic House is so exciting because it gives parents more influence in their child's life and helps them figure out how to move from parenting an adolescent to a young adult. I love helping parents figure out what works for them because it is different for each family/person."
 

BRIDGETT FEY

  • Position: Head Mentor 
  • Where she’s from: Salt Lake City, UT
  • Schooling info: Bachelors in Psychology from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN
  • Hobbies: Skiing, hiking, dancing, swimming, traveling, collecting good music, and spending time with her 2 sisters.
  • Why this job?: “I worked at La Europa for a year and a half prior to here and became passionate about being a part of the students’ growth, progress, new revelations and triumphs. In my position as a Coach, I love that I am able to work very directly with a resident on goals and challenges. It is very rewarding to be a part of someone’s transition process.”

 

 

 

 
 


ASHLEY MCMAHON

  • Position: Residential Mentor
  • Where she’s from: Cleveland, OH
  • Schooling info: Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an Applied Positive Psychology certification from the University of Utah
  • Hobbies: Traveling the world, hiking, camping, softball, volunteering at the Utah Courts as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), watching sports, and Netflix.
  • Why this job?: “Working with children or adolescents has always been a main interest of mine. In the past, I have volunteered at the Children’s Center in Salt Lake City and have volunteered as a CASA where I worked closely with a teenage girl and her guardian ad litem (child attorney). Being surrounded by youth and watching them develop into young adults is always a great learning experience for me every time I come to work.” 

 

 

 

JENNA LUCK

  • Position: Residential Mentor
  • Where she’s from: La Moille, IL
  • Schooling info: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Social Welfare from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL
  • Hobbies: Playing/watching any sport, hiking, movies, listening to music, playing guitar, road trips, family hang out sessions, and cats.
  • Why this job?: “There’s something about being a support system/mentor to someone that I am drawn to. It’s a good feeling to know that you are helping someone transition into a better version of themselves. I was a volleyball coach for young girls a few years ago and have always had a passion for working with youth and helping them develop into the person that they are. I’m motivated to help guide change and I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to do so.”