With more than 30 years of experience as an educator, Terri Clark’s passion is working with special needs children. She has championed inclusive classrooms for children with disabilities; designed, raised funds for, and implemented math labs for teachers; served in a number of leadership roles within the Brevard Public School system and the community, and has been named Teacher of the Year at both the elementary and middle school levels. Clark previously served as a volunteer member of the board of directors for SCEIC, and as a spokesperson for Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (C.H.A.D.D.). She has experience in grant writing and fundraising for educational programs.
Most recently, Clark was owner and director of LearningRx of Melbourne, a brain training center that helps unlock the full potential of children and adults to read, learn and succeed.
Clark holds a Master of Education degree from the University of Florida and has earned certifications in multiple areas. She had a distinguished 24-year career as a Brevard County school teacher. Her leadership roles as a teacher included serving as president of the Brevard Council for Teachers of Mathematics, in-service facilitator and on school advisory councils.
“I want to share my experience and passion for working with special needs children with the community,” Clark said. “SCEIC offers something unique to this area. I want to improve and expand upon SCEICs great services, help children with and without special needs achieve their full potential, promote awareness and generate excitement and support for our programs.”
Training Center Director
With 10 years of experience as a Cognitive Skills Trainer, Susan Bryant is passionate about helping children and adults improve their ability to learn. She brings this experience to her role as Training Center Director. Most recently, Bryant was employed at LearningRx as a Master Brain Trainer.
Bryant holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Rutgers University.
Auxiliary Program Coordinator
Human Resources Director
Susan Harmon joined Space Coast Early Intervention Center as Accounting Manager in September 2017.
Harmon’s passion is helping the Administration department stay organized when it concerns expenses, budgets, and bottom lines, in addition to assisting the school’s parents with any accounting-related questions or concerns. She has a talent for teaching others about accounting in “lay person” terminology to help them understand the school’s accounting policies, practices and procedures.
A broadcast communications major, Harmon spent most of her career in the business-side of the radio industry as an office manager after earning her degree. In this role, she also was a voice-over talent on radio commercials and promotional pieces. She continued her education and received an accounting certification from North Lake College in Irving, Texas, which led her to focus on accounting roles.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Harmon left her Hoosier roots to pursue her career advancement goals and has lived in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dallas, Texas, and now resides in Palm Bay, Florida. In her time off she loves to spend time on the water, whether it is on the local beach or on a cruise ship.
PM Director of First Impressions/Director of Scholarships
Mel Lussier began at SCEIC as an assistant in the 2-year-old room. She was promoted to Lead Teacher of the 4 and up Aftercare, and is now serving SCEIC in an administrative role. This experience has given her a thorough knowledge of the various aspects of the school, and she is passionate about maintaining its status as the premier preschool in Brevard County.
Lussier is bilingual (English/Spanish), and holds an Associates of Arts degree from Eastern Florida State College. She is in the process of earning her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.
AM Director of First Impressions