IMPACT Team of Directors

IMPACT Tallahassee Team of Directors

Kevin Kolka, MBA/CEO, IMPACT Tallahassee

After more than a decade serving as the CFO for a local civil engineering firm, Kevin joined the IMPACT team in 2008 and presently serves as the CEO and owner of IMPACT. Kevin graduated from Mississippi State with a Bachelor in Professional Accountancy and a Master’s in Business Administration.

Beth Spear, M.Ed, Executive Director, IMPACT Academy

Beth Spear started with IMPACT Therapy as a music therapist in 2006. Beth has played a crucial part in IMPACT’s growth and previously served as director of IMPACT Preschool and IMPACT Academy. Beth graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy and Master’s in Education from Saint Leo University in Instructional Leadership.

Kelly Prejean, MA, CCC-SLP, Clinic Director, IMPACT Therapy

Kelly Prejean is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and the Clinic Director of IMPACT Tallahassee. She has almost 20 years of experience in the private pediatric clinic setting and has served the Tallahassee community since 2013. In addition to Clinic Director, Kelly has acted as the therapy supervisor and graduate student supervisor for many years. Kelly has extensive training in Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), sensorimotor feeding skills, and pediatric development.

Courtney Foust, MS, OTR/L, Therapy Director, IMPACT Therapy

Courtney Foust began her tenure with IMPACT Therapy as a volunteer and later returned to complete both pediatric therapy clinical rotations as a graduate student.  She graduated from Florida A&M University with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and was awarded the School of Health Sciences Outstanding Graduate Student for 2016.

Courtney has worked with IMPACT Therapy since 2016 and has attended several extensive trainings including: Therapeutic Listening, DIRFloortime (Level 1), ADOS-2 Clinical Administration, Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), and SOS Feeding (Level 1).  Courtney has served as the IMPACT Therapy Director since October 2020.

Cyndi Ranallo, JM, MS, Director of Human Resources, IMPACT Tallahassee

Cyndi Ranallo has a wide range of experience in both education and human relations. Cyndi graduated from Florida State University with a degree in law and an emphasis in employment, and from Capella University with a Master’s in Human Behavior. After working over a decade in higher education, she joined IMPACT as the director of Human Resources in 2021.

Chante Smith-Clark, Director of Early Childhood Education, IMPACT Preschool

Chante Smith-Clark is the most recent addition to the team, joining as the Director of Early Childhood Education with IMPACT Preschool in 2022. Chante has over a decade of experience in childcare, including working in various classrooms for students aged six weeks through school age. A Jacksonville native, Chante is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education from Florida State College of Jacksonville.

The positive energy the staff brings to the center every day, helps you know your little one is being well taken care of. Everyone at the center have truly become a part of our family now and we will be forever grateful for each and every one of them. Everything is so great that now we are also looking forward to their after school program!
Caitlin Huard
I can’t say enough great things about The Summer Escape program! Trusting people when you have a child with special needs is often a scary thing. You want to make sure the people surrounding your little one are kind, caring, and able keep them safe. We are so lucky to have found this program and love all of the people who help run things.
Caitlin Huard
The most comforting aspect as a parent, is knowing that my son is in an environment where he can learn and is understood. I am very thankful for the school's mission to educate kids with learning differences and the teachers and administrators that make this happen every day.
Shacarra Sigler
We struggled with the school placement decision, because we wanted to find the right school that would be a good fit for our son. I am so glad that we chose IMPACT; they are so helpful, caring, and understand my son’s specific needs. They have accommodated his needs on so many levels, which I believe would have been unmet at other schools.
Shacarra Sigler
Our son has a rare genetic syndrome, delayed development and learning disabilities. We have been bringing him to IMPACT Tallahassee since he was 1-year-old and he will soon be 10. The staff in the office, the teachers, the aides are all amazing with the children; I'm very impressed with their professionalism and compassion. I personally recommend IMPACT to people on a regular basis.
Teresa Corbet
IMPACT Tallahassee and their staff have become such an important part of our lives over the last 9 years. We couldn't imagine not being there on a weekly basis.
Teresa Corbet