Melissa Terry, Statewide Outreach Coordinator
Melissa Terry is originally from Columbus, Ohio and has lived in Huntsville since 2009. She is a graduate of Oakwood University with a degree in Business Management. Melissa has worked with United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) since 2012 and currently works with Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network®, a project of UCP. In her position as Statewide Outreach Coordinator, Melissa advocates for quality respite options and caregiver supports with Alabama policymakers. Melissa lives in Hampton Cove with her husband and four young children.
Brittany Huey, North Alabama Training and Resource Specialist
Brittany Huey is originally from Oxford, Alabama and moved to Huntsville in 2014 to pursue her Master’s Degree in Social Work. She is a graduate of Jacksonville State University where she obtained her Bachelor’s in Social Work. Brittany joined Alabama Respite in January 2015 as our North Alabama Regional Training and Resource Specialist. She assists with faith-based initiatives, public awareness, and caregiver resources.
Ashley Prater, Voucher Respite Coordinator
Ashley Prater is from Decatur, Alabama and completed her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Mississippi University for Women. She has worked within the medical community in sales and management for the past ten years. She has experience in the areas of hospice, home health, respiratory, and physician recruitment. Ashley currently serves as the Respite Voucher Coordinator and special project trainer for Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network©.
Linda Lamberth, Special Projects
Linda worked for Alabama Respite for 14 years traveling the state as a program manager, Sharing the Care facilitator and legislative advocate and more. She is currently in her best role yet as grandma to four sweet children and still helps out whenever she is needed.
Suzanne Price, COO/CFO
Suzanne Price is a native Huntsvillian and has been with United Cerebral Palsy of Huntsville and Tennessee Valley for 19 years. She is the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer as well as Director of Respite Services and the inclusion program, Childcare Enhancement with a Purpose. She and her husband have one son, a freshman at Auburn University.