Our Caring Team
Offering something unique.
With over thirty years in the books, Space Coast Early Intervention Center has made a name as one of the most forward-thinking schools in Brevard County, with countless success stories from students and parents alike.We know that the success of each child isn’t solely dependent upon the teachers or administration. That’s why we take a community approach to learning—partnering with parents to spark hope, answer questions, and provide resources for learning outside the classroom. Because while we are educators, many of us are also parents; and at the end of the day, we all just want what’s best for our kids.
These are the people who make it happen—the movers and shakers who keep schedules running smoothly, attendance up-to-date, paperwork in line, accounts in balance, teachers on their toes, and so much more.
With more than thirty years of experience as an educator, Terri’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 also 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 twenty-four year career as a Brevard County school teacher. Her leadership roles as a teacher included serving as an in-service facilitator, on school advisory councils, and as president of the Brevard Council for Teachers of Mathematics.
smoothly, attendance up-to-date, paperwork in line, accounts in balance, teachers on their toes, and so much more.
Hannah Richardson has been working with Space Coast Early Intervention Center for 4 years. During her years she has led aftercare, multiple classrooms and is now the Program Director. She has an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education. She has her FCCPC and has worked in childcare for the past 13 years. She believes that Space Coast is a great place to explore those abilities and a place where children can learn from each other.
Susan Harmon joined SCEIC as Accounting Manager in 2017 and has since taken on the role of Office Manager. She has a passion for helping the administration department stay organized when it concerns expenses, budgets and bottom lines. A broadcast communications major, Susan spent most of her career on the business-side of the radio industry. She received an accounting certification from North Lake College in Texas.
Dir. First Impressions
Ashley Virga is one of our newset staff members. She recently joined Space Coast Early Intervention Center in May of 2020 to share in the pivotal role of Director of First Impressions. She moved to Florida from New York where she earned her Bachelor’s of Psychology degree. Ashley has many years of office experience and is looking forward to gaining more experience with children here at SCEIC. Ashley is excited about her future here.
We are so happy to welcome back Sue to the Space Coast Early Intervention Center. Sue Bryant returned to SCEIC in January of 2020 to share the role of Director of First Impressions. She enjoys helping with the education of children. Sue earned a degree in Economics from Rutgers University. She serves on the Management Team of her chorus and the Executive Board of her church, where she is also the soloist.
Sandy Withers believes that giving back to the community is good for her soul and encourages others to do the same. She was introduced to SCEIC twenty-one years ago and has been dedicated to its fundraising efforts ever since. She is also involved with several other charities for children. She resides in Rockledge with Doug Emerick, and when not working, she stays busy with her son, stepdaughter, grandson, and two dogs.