Amy Oliver, M.S., serves as the Adapted Movement Program (AMP) clinic coordinator in the Department of Kinesiology. She coordinates, manages, and supervises the Motor Activity Clinic, Ability Fitness Clinic, and the PASS Clinic which are included in AMP. In addition, Oliver helps lead the AMP Advisory Council. Prior to beginning her appointment at the School of Health & Human Sciences, Oliver was a general and adapted physical education teacher at Muncie Community Schools for 12 years also serving in various capacities including department chair, Unified Track Coach, Best Buddies sponsor, and head softball coach. Oliver was named the 2014 Muncie Southside High School Teacher of the Year, the recipient of 2016 Indiana AHERPD Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year, and selected as the 2017 Midwest District Shape America Adapted Teacher of the Year. Oliver graduated from Bluffton University with a B.A. in Health and Physical Education as well as Sport Management in 2002, and received her M.S. in Adapted Physical Education in 2004 at Ball State University.