Amy Lui is a music educator for the Los Angeles Unified School District at John H Francis Polytechnic High School (Title I school) where she teaches music technology, industry studies, and instrumental ensembles. Her goal is to provide young adults with meaningful music career opportunities that go beyond the performance sectors in the industry. Amy received her teaching credential and Master’s in Music Industry Administration at CSU Northridge, Master’s in Music Education from Azusa Pacific University, and Bachelor’s in Saxophone Performance from UC Davis.

​​Amy is active in serving the music education and industry fields. She is the Secretary of the Los Angeles Secondary Music Teachers Association (LASMTA), Representative of Secondary Music Education (Grades 6-12) for the California Music Educators Association, Western Division Representative to the National Association for Music Educators Council for Music Composition, and is serving as a cultural ambassador for The Mechanical Licensing Collective. Additionally, Amy is a content contributor and helps facilitate the educational outreach and mentorship program for the Asian American Collective, a non-profit organization formed during the pandemic to provide resources and mentorship to Asian Americans entering the music, entertainment and creative spaces, while also partnering with various organizations to serve communities in need.

Learn about Poly High School’s Music Technology and Industry Studies program here  (2023)

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