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The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Welcomes Terry Harris as new MAMP Director

The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, is pleased to announce the hiring of Terry Harris as Director of the Miami Accessible Media Project (MAMP). The MAMP, under the school’s statewide instructional resource center, is a prison program producing accessible materials for students who are blind or have low vision, at the Miami Correctional Facility in Bunker Hill, Indiana. Terry has replaced Robert L. Eutz, who served as the MAMP director for the last 13 years, since its inception in 2008.

Terry comes to the MAMP Director position with numerous national braille certifications as well as many years of braille experience and leadership, within a prison braille program and in the private sector. “We are delighted to welcome Terry Harris as the new director of our MAMP program,” says Jim Durst, Superintendent of the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. “With Terry’s experience and skill sets and his passion for braille and prison braille programs, we look forward to working with Terry as Indiana continues to provide accessible instructional materials to our school age students experiencing blindness and low vision. We wish Robert Eutz all the best as he leaves our MAMP program and moves on to future endeavors.”

Terry Harris can be reached at the MAMP, Miami Correctional Facility, 3063 W 800 S, Bunker Hill, Indiana 46914; P: 765-689-8920 ext. 6282; Email: