Amy Miller, MA, MFA, CALP: Executive Director
Amy Miller is co-founder of May Center for Learning, a school and outreach center for students with language-based learning differences in Santa Fe, NM. She earned her BA from American University, her MA from St. John’s College, and her MFA in Writing from Arizona State University. Amy is a nationally Certified Academic Language Practitioner (CALP) and a trainer for the SEE Multi-Sensory Language Teaching Program. She is a frequent presenter at regional education conferences and at varied schools and organizations, including being a featured speaker at the sold-out Dyslexia 2018 conference in Albuquerque, NM this February. Amy is also Chair of Outreach on the board of the Southwest chapter of the International Dyslexia Association (SWIDA), and she co-chairs The Reading Group, a literacy initiative focused on improving reading outcomes for students in Santa Fe in collaboration with the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Community Foundation. Last year, she founded the Dyslexia Justice League, an empowerment group for children with dyslexia that uses superhero stories as a vehicle for learning about self-advocacy, growth mindset, and the strengths of the dyslexic mind. Where I Come From, a book that Amy co-authored with May Center students, won the 2014 New Mexico/Arizona Young Adult Book of the Year.
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