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Amy S. Mougey headshotAmy S. Mougey is a member of the music education division teaching the Brass Techniques course.  Prior to joining DePauw in 2020, she taught at the University of Indianapolis, Wartburg College, and grades K-12 in the Ohio public schools in instrumental music and general music. 

As an active performer, Amy has performed with the Greater Greenwood Community Band, Indiana Wind Symphony, Wartburg Community Symphony, Waterloo Municipal Band (Iowa), Heritage of the March Recording Band, Denton Community Band, Windjammers Unlimited Circus Band, University of Illinois Wind Symphony, University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra, Irving Community Theater (Texas), Bowling Green Philharmonia, Adrian Symphony (Michigan), Worthington Civic Band (Ohio), Central Ohio Brass Band, North Coast Concert Band (Ohio), Huron Playhouse (Ohio) and the Firelands Chamber Orchestra (Ohio).  She has held membership in the American Association of University Professors, College Music Society, International Trumpet Guild, Iowa Bandmasters Association, Iowa Music Education Association, Kappa Delta Pi (An International Honor Society in Education), National Association for Music Education, Ohio Music Education Association, Ohio Education Association, Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society, Windjammers Unlimited (Preservation of Circus Band Music), Indiana Music Educators Association, Texas Association of School Administrators, Doctoral Students Association (University of North Texas), and Society for Music Teacher Education. 

Professor Mougey holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree and Master of Music degree in Trumpet Performance from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.  She also received her Master of Music Education degree from the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, and completed graduate coursework in music education at the University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, where she was awarded the Marilyn Pflederer Zimmerman Fellowship for the outstanding doctoral music education graduate student.  She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership at the University of North Texas (ABD), and she has been accepted into candidacy.  Her primary trumpet instructors include George Novak, Edwin Betts, Keith Johnson, Ray Sasaki, and Ronald Romm (former member and founding member of the Canadian Brass).