A Foundation for the Enrichment of Foster Children
Day Scott, President and Delvin Scott, Vice-President/Treasurer
Delvin and Day Scott have been married for over 13 years. They have two biological, elementary-age children and have a state foster care license for two children (babies-toddlers). They became involved in foster care in 2014 after a consistent tug share their home, love, and resources for displaced children; however, had no realization of the vast need for foster homes and foster child services in Palm Beach County. Although their license to foster is for toddlers, they founded Above and Beyond Care to help meet the needs of older children in foster care.
Susan Hardaway, Secretary
Susan Hardaway has been a gardener of education since receiving her Bachelors in 1972. She taught students from kindergarten to senior high school levels and later received her Masters of Education in Counseling becoming a School Counselor and Psychological Examiner. After retirement, she was elected to the Board of Trustees in the Village of Bel-Ridge, an outskirt of St. Louis where she continued as a volunteer in the school districts. Susan now resides in Florida closer to her grandchildren (biologic and foster) and is a founding Board of Directors Member for Above and Beyond Care, Inc.
Jennifer DeLuca, Board Member
Veronica White, Assistant Secretary
Veronica White, a resident of West Palm Beach, Florida, is originally from Hattiesburg, MS, where she graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a BA in Administration of Justice in 2008. With a background in the civilian side of law enforcement, Veronica seamlessly transitioned to social services where she has been since 2012. She currently works under the umbrella of the Department of Children and Families as a Certified Dependency Case Manager. Veronica works closely with several parties including parents/family members, children, foster homes, and providers to either help maintain and strengthen families so that children can remain in the home, or assist with services to help bring families back together under one roof and insure safety of the children. In 2013 Veronica was recognized by Place of Hope, a state-licensed children's organization, for her passion to go above and beyond to support and advocate for the children on her case load. Veronica now serves as a board member for Above and Beyond Care, Inc where she hopes to continue serving children and families.