Lee has never known a life without horses or cattle. She was raised on a local ranch here in Cedar City, Utah. Taking the reins of her own horse, at three years old, sparked her love for these noble and trustworthy animals. Her rodeo career began at the age of eight, competing in junior rodeos, then on to high school and college. She earned two National High School Goat Tying Titles, a Utah Team National Title, and one National College Goat Tying Title along the way. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Southern Utah University in 2002. Lee has a decade of equine therapy under her belt. Working with teens and adults through individual, group and family therapy. Following the Natural Lifemanship model, she has attended their fundamentals course as well as having her EAGALA certification. Lee is humbled by the incredible and meaningful work equine therapy provides through the relationship developed in the journey. Lee loves spending time with her husband and their three boys. They enjoy working and riding on their ranch, team roping, golfing, baseball, and fishing.