|Suzanne English, FounderSuzanne’s passion is working with children who are medically involved. “I like seeing them do things that people said they couldn’t do. I like seeing their abilities, not their disabilities,” she says. Suzanne is a graduate of the University of South Carolina where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Social Work. Later she earned her Master’s degree in Counseling. Suzanne worked for DSS as a Child Protective Investigator for six years. For over a decade, she has been an Early Interventionist. She is the proud mother of two; one of her children was diagnosed with ADD and the other with dyslexia. She is an active community member with her local church.|
|Brantley Jenkinson, Chief Operating OfficerBrantley has over twenty years of experience on the service provider side of the business. She is a graduate of Greenville Technical College, where she majored in Early Childhood Development. She worked as a preschool teacher for two years. She began her career as an administrative assistant for early intervention providers in the area. A few years later, she became Respite Coordinator and Companion Trainer. She enjoys overseeing the tasks that allow Beyond Early Intervention to function smoothly. Since 2014, Brantley has been serving on the Human Rights Committee for United Cerebral Palsy of SC. Brantley has one daughter, who graduated from Clemson University. Go Tigers! In her spare time she enjoys gardening and running her dog rescue.|
|Roshanda Riggins, Early InterventionistRoshanda is a graduate of Benedict College where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Development. She has over fifteen years of experience working with infants and preschoolers. Roshanda has been working in the field of Early Intervention for the past ten years. She is thrilled to work with young children and families because it has been, and continues to be a very rewarding experience. Roshanda is the Mom of two children. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, couponing and travel.|
|Alexis Lucas, Early Interventionist/QA DirectorAlexis is a graduate of Columbia College with a Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Studies. She has over nine years of experience working with children of various ages. Alexis has a passion for helping others, especially children. She enjoys having the opportunity to assist them in achieving their developmental milestones. Alexis volunteers regularly in the preschool department at her church. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, exercising and competing in races.|
|Mallory Cannaday, Early Interventionist
Mallory graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She has been working with children and families in different settings for over ten years. Before coming to the field of Early Intervention she worked with Preschool children with developmental delays. She loves children and enjoys watching them learn and grow. Mallory is a mom to one child. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, friends and pets.
|Courtney Splawn-Curry, Early Interventionist/Supervisor
Courtney is a graduate of South Carolina State University where she earned her degree in Family and Consumer Sciences with a concentration in Child Development. Later she went on to earn a Master Degree in Early Childhood Education at Ashford University. Courtney has been working with children in a variety of settings from birth to 6 years old for over 12 years. Courtney is a wife and mother. In her spare time she loves to travel and to spend time with her family.
|Tia Reyes, Early Interventionist
Tia is a graduate of Converse College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. Tia has been working with families and individuals with special needs for over 5 years. Before becoming an Early Interventionist, Tia worked as a case manager for adults with disabilities. Tia enjoys being able to serve families in her community and helping children meet their milestones. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends ,her pets, reading and traveling.
|Erin Martin, Early Interventionist/Supervisor
Erin is a graduate of South Carolina State University. She has a Bachelor of Science in Family Consumer Science with a concentration in Child Development. She began her career in child care. Erin has fourteen years of child care and early intervention experience combined working with birth to preschoolers. She has attended trainings on routine based intervention in Washington DC and numerous trainings in child development over the years. She has a passion to make a difference, one child at a time. Erin makes an effort to connect with families and listen to their concerns. She is a wife and mother to four children. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and cooking for her family.
|Cole Allender, Early Interventionist
Cole is a graduate from the University of South Carolina with an undergraduate degree and a Master’s degree in Social Work. She has over 5 years of experience working with children of all ages and 2 years of working with young children. Cole loves the field of Early Intervention because she loves celebrating the wins, big and small. In her spare time you can find her volunteering in the student ministry at her church, spending time with friends and family and cheering on the Gamecocks!
|Brittney Shields, Early Interventionist
Brittney is a graduate of Columbia College. She has a Bachelors of Arts in Behavioral Science. Before becoming an Early Interventionist, she was a Pre-K instructional assistant in a local school district. She has 8 years of experience working with children of different ages. Brittney loves working with children and finds it very rewarding to watch them meet their developmental milestones. She has a passion for making a difference in the lives of the families she serves. Brittney is the proud mom of one child. She loves to spend time with family, crafting and traveling.
|LeeAnne Couture, Early Interventionist
LeeAnne is a graduate of East Carolina University where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work. She worked for the Department of Social Services upon graduation, and has been a preschool teacher for many years. LeeAnne feels that her calling is working with young children. She has worked with children for over 15 years. LeeAnne believes “there is nothing more fulfilling than having a positive influence in the life of a child.” In her spare time you can find her spending time at the beach and traveling with her husband and children.
|Kenyatta Thompson, Early Intervention
Kenyatta is a graduate of Lander University where she majored in Psychology with an emphasis in Counseling services. Her passion is working with individuals with special needs. Kenyatta has 10 years of Direct Care support, Residential Management and Job coaching. She has been working in the field of Early Intervention for over 2 years. In her free time she loves to be with her husband, and 2 children. She also enjoys reading. Working with children of all ages has been very rewarding for her, as she loves getting to know the families and children she serves. She is committed to make a difference in their lives and helping them navigate the system.
|Kenya Middleton, Early Interventionist
Kenya graduated from Winthrop University with a BA in Social Work, and received her Master’s in Social Work from The University of South Carolina. In the preschool setting she has worked with children of all ages. She has over nine years of experience with young children. Kenya has a passion for helping children achieve their goals. Volunteering for her church in the nursery and youth department are things Kenya enjoys, as well as reading, traveling, journaling and spending time with her child, family and friends.