Rylee Metcalf joins the BHH team as our Client Services and Executive Assistant. Rylee began her post secondary educational endeavors at Southern Virginia University in Buena Vista, VA. During her freshman and sophomore years, she was a member of the Women’s Cross Country Team and was named captain of the team her sophomore year. She was also elected to student office where she served as the Vice President of Arts and Athletics where she was responsible for marketing and attendance efforts.
Rylee continued her education at Brigham Young University where she pursued a degree in Human Development. She was named Vice President of the student section, known as the BYU ROC, in 2017. In that role, Rylee was responsible for hosting student tailgate parties, organizing cheering section efforts, and creating promotional material and campaigns. During her senior year, Rylee was commissioned by a tenured professor to write a short book on her social findings and is waiting on a publishing notice. Rylee graduated with Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development in April of 2018. In her spare time, she enjoys playing just about any sport and learning how to bake new treats. She is also an avid runner and has completed several marathons including the Boston Marathon.
Josee Edwards graduated from Utah Valley University in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations in May 2017. In the process of her degree, she also spent time studying graphic design at Brigham Young University-Hawaii. She has been working for Balance Health & Healing since early 2016, when it was just her and Dr. Melissa Smith. She was a part of the growth process which has lead to six therapists and a bigger office.
Josee has recently switched roles to more behind-the-scenes as the digital marketing manager where she makes sure everything keeps running smoothly. When she’s not working, Josee enjoys reading, exercising, napping, spending time outdoors and a good brownie. She also loves traveling, heart-to-heart conversations, and laughing.
Jackson assists with all digital media and marketing efforts, and recently returned from an LDS mission to England and Wales. Jackson is a Pre-Management Major at Brigham Young University and is hoping to pursue an MBA degree. In his free time, Jackson loves playing lacrosse, being outdoors, and spending time with his family.