Amy Shelley-King, MOL, BS
Amy Shelley-King, M.O.L., B.S. received her Masters in Organizational Leadership in 2016 from Evangel University. She majored in Sociology at Missouri State University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in 2002.
Before coming to Ozarks Technical Community College, Amy worked in the social service sector for over fifteen years. Her places of employment include Family Violence Center, The Kitchen, and Consumer Credit Counseling Service, and has experience in coordinating outreach and social service programs. She is currently on the Board of Directors at Habitat for Humanity and has served on the Family Selection committee there for ten years.
Amy came to OTC in 2012 to work with students in furthering their education and reaching their career goals. Her role in the Allied Health department at OTC includes expertise in Allied Health admissions and student outreach and recruitment. Her experience in both community outreach programs and in the OTC Allied Health Department, will provide a key component to program and student success. As the Behavioral Health Support program director, she looks forward to continuing outreach within the behavioral health community and connecting students to employment areas where they are needed the most.
She is an advocate of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention initiative, the Mosaic Diversity and Inclusion initiative, is a Safe-Zone ally, and supports many other student success and academic initiatives.