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Mary Muliett, President and CEO of DABSJ, Joins Family Promise National Board 

 D.A. Blodgett – St. John’s, a leading provider of child welfare and human services in West Michigan, proudly announces the appointment of Mary Muliett, President and CEO, to the national board of directors of Family Promise, the leading U.S. nonprofit working to prevent and end family homelessness. 

Family Promise recently shared the news of Muliett’s appointment, recognizing her extensive experience and commitment to health and human services. In her role at DABSJ, Mary has demonstrated a deep passion for giving a “voice and choice” to individuals facing challenging situations.  

Serving on the Family Promise board aligns with DABSJ’s mission of helping children and empowering families by providing safety, advocacy, and support. 

“My passion is to see individuals reach their highest potential. Family Promise embraces this philosophy, and I look forward to the positive change we can create for families in crisis,” says Muliett. 

With nearly 30 years of experience in the field of health and human services, Muliett’s career trajectory has been marked by a commitment to providing equitable opportunities and promoting dignity for all individuals. Muliett’s experience in social work encompasses various areas, including foster care, family preservation, juvenile justice, therapeutic riding, and more. Her approach involves an entrepreneurial spirit, implementing innovative offerings, and collaborating with like-minded organizations to maximize impact and reach. 

Muliett earned a B.A. in Art Education and a Master of Social Work from Western Michigan University. She firmly believes in constant improvement, stating, “If we are not constantly trying to improve the work we do, we are not being ethical in this work, because this work is with people, and affects people’s lives.” 

DABSJ is inclusive and welcoming – from our team members, to the children we serve, to the families we license as foster parents. You could play a part in providing homes and hope for children who need a place to be themselves.