Family Promise, the leading national nonprofit working to prevent and end family homelessness, recently announced the appointment of Mary Muliett to the organization’s board of directors.
Muliett is the president and CEO of D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s, a nonprofit focused on health and human services in Grand Rapids, MI.
“My passion is to see individuals reach their highest potential,” Muliett said. “Family Promise embraces this philosophy, and I look forward to the positive change we can create for families in crisis.”
Muliett’s work in family preservation, programming for individuals with disabilities, and other community services has always focused on creating maximum impact and reach. She has been in the field of health and human services for nearly 30 years and is a social worker with full clinical licensure in the state of Michigan.
About Family Promise
Founded in Summit, New Jersey, in 1988, Family Promise is the leading national nonprofit addressing the crisis of family homelessness. The organization, comprised of approximately 200 Affiliates, tackles the range of issues that can lead to homelessness. From prevention services to emergency shelter to post-program stabilization, Family Promise ensures families develop vital skills, have access to critical resources, and receive ongoing support to achieve lasting independence. The organization has served more than one million individuals since its founding. To learn more about Family Promise, visit familypromise.org.