Trish Lee knew from a very early age that she was a “helper” and wanted to work with children. At 17 she declared herself a Psychology Major at a University in the North East. Trish was a crisis hotline worker through college until she earned her Bachelors of Science and moved to Las Vegas to work with at risk youth. She has been supervising a staff run therapeutic home since 2001. This home is a comprehensive treatment program to help teenage boys who have become involved with the juvenile justice system. Trish finds this work very rewarding and still receives regular visits and calls from the young men she helped long ago. Some of these young men are now in their 30’s and are husbands, fathers, soldiers, mentors and productive members of society. Eagle Quest has provided Trish the opportunity to expand her role and start other programs to help children with no legal trouble, but still in need of guidance and healing. She uses a firm but fair approach with the children she works with and is very empathetic. Trish enjoys creating art, snowboarding and gardening. She is an animal lover and works tirelessly with local rescue groups to save furry friends.