Meet the Staff
Kenzie has been the Office Manager here at Aspire since April 2017. She and her husband have been married for 5 years and live in Roy. In her spare time she enjoys eating delicious food, chasing the sun, and not cleaning. She absolutely loves working in Dr. Brumley’s office and seeing what an impact natural medicine has on patients’ lives.
Kim is our front desk assistant a few days a week. She has been married to her husband Mark for 29 years, and together they have three children, two of whom are married: Quade and Marquie, Keaton and Charley, and Dax.
Kim LOVES the beach, but her favorite thing to do is have an adventure anywhere with her family.
She has known Dr. Brumley since childhood and admires and respects her caring and compassionate attitude with which she treats her patients. She is helping at the front desk, trying new herbal teas, and learning much!
Kinley helps with the front desk a few days a week and also assists Jennie Porter and Dr. Brumley with Dark Field Microscopy. She loves working with people and tries to always look on the bright side of life. Recently she returned from her mission to the Dominican Republic, where she learned to speak Spanish. Currently, Kinley is a student at Weber State University but has not yet decided which career path she would like to take. In her spare time, she loves to travel, read, and be with her family.
Amanda is excited to be working at Aspire. She is a foot zone practitioner and is certified in Level II Reiki. She is currently working on becoming certified in Dynamic Neural Retraining System and becoming a Reiki Master. Amanda is passionate about healing the mind/body/spirit as a whole. She loves working with Dr. Brumley and the staff healing on a natural level.
Amanda has been married to her husband Russ for 16 years, and together they have two children, Kyler and Cambree. Amanda loves spending time with her family, enjoys reading, gardening and being outdoors, camping and traveling in the summer and snowshoeing and sleigh riding in the winter.
Doctor of Natural Health Consultant
Jennie loves sharing with her patients the joy she has for holistic health care. Like many holistic practitioners, Jennie’s journey into the natural health world started with her own health struggles. Because of her own health challenges, she is passionate about helping others who also struggle with their health. She believes that by finding the root cause of the imbalances and then supporting the body with nutrition, supplementation and elimination of toxins, the innate healing ability of the body will be restored, and health will be achieved. She has personally experienced the blessing of the miraculous innate healing ability of the body through the natural means of nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and other natural restorative modalities.
Jennie received her master’s degree of Doctor of Natural Health from Clayton College of Natural Health. She has worked in the holistic health world for about 15 years. Previously she worked as a dental hygienist. She utilizes Zyto Biocommunication scan software to help identify the weakness and strengths of the body in order to identify the best solutions to achieve health and homeostasis.
In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family consisting of her husband, 3 children, their spouses, and 13 delightful grandchildren. She also has a passion for gardening, jigsaw puzzles, and reading.
Angie Simpson graduated from Weber State College in nursing in 1986. She has used her education and worked as an Administrator, Marketing Director, Manager and Staff Nurse in gerontology, orthopedics, oncology, pulmonary medicine, pediatrics, intravenous therapy and wound care.
Amanda Tesch, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Amanda is a massage therapist at our clinic and helps with website and marketing efforts for the office.
Amanda has been practicing massage therapy since 2005, after graduating from Utah College of Massage Therapy. Her areas of expertise include deep tissue therapy, chronic pain management, injury and acute pain massage, headache and migraine therapy, cranio-sacral therapy, and more. She is intuitive and patient, cares deeply for her clients, and has great respect for the body and its ability to heal.
She loves spending time with her husband and four children, dreams of her next vacation, enjoys fitness and hiking, and singing with her a cappella group, Vocalocity.
Emilie Davis, MScN
Emilie Davis received a Master of Science in Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She also has a Utah teaching license where she taught students with disabilities in public schools for ten years.
Emilie provides nutritional support and counseling to patients with a variety of needs. Her interests and specialties include: children and adults with behavioral and neurological disorders, autoimmune disease, gut health, food relationship coaching including intuitive and mindful eating, and more.
Her belief is that food has the power to improve our health in important ways and it doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated. “Eat food, mostly plants, not too much.” This simple directive from Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food sums up the basics. Let Emilie help you learn how to eat real food again.
When Emilie isn’t working with patients she loves to hike or run with her Goldendoodle, Gatsby. She enjoys cooking, reading, and dreams of having a garden someday.