Space Coast Early Intervention Center welcomes new director


Terri Clark has been named the new executive director of Space Coast Early Intervention Center.

Space Coast Early Intervention Center (SCEIC) has named Terri Clark its new executive director. With more than 30 years of experience as an educator, 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.).

Most recently, Clark was owner and director of Learning Rx Melbourne, a brain training center that helps unlock the full potential of children and adults to read, learn and succeed. Before that, she had a distinguished 24-year career as a Brevard County school teacher. Clark holds a Master of Education degree from the University of Florida and has earned certifications in multiple areas. 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. She has experience in grant writing and fundraising for educational programs.

“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 SCEIC’s great services, help children with and without special needs achieve their full potential, promote awareness and generate excitement and support for our programs.”

SCEIC is a nonprofit therapeutic preschool for children with and without special needs. SCEIC’s inclusive programs enable children to excel academically, develop friendships, become leaders and role models, learn acceptance and appreciate diversity.

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