Amy Miller is Director of Programming and Education at The Gogue Performing Arts Center of Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. Previously, she worked at the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center as Director of Engagement, where she oversaw ArtPlay education programming, university and community initiatives, and curated educational, family, and global music performances and residencies. She has served on the Professional Development Committees of Western Arts Alliance and Arts Midwest, and has facilitated numerous professional development sessions. She completed Association of Performing Arts Professionals' Leadership Fellows Program (Cohort 2), and currently serves as a Group Leader for Cohort 4.
Previously, she was an agent at Pentacle, an NYC-based arts service organization, where she represented a roster of national and international dance artists. Prior to that, she completed her MA in Performance Studies at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Originally from Minneapolis/Saint Paul, she held the position of Community Programs Manager at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, and served the local refugee community through work in refugee resettlement, and as Co-Founder of Twin Cities World Refugee Day. She has a background in West African dance, a variety of social dance forms, and holds a BA in Global Studies, Music Performance, and Women's Studies from Hamline University.