Ray Mullenax was adjunct faculty and the field coordinator at Boise State before his new appointment in 2012 as field director for the School of Social Work. He teaches the MSW seminar and also serves as field liaison for social work students doing field internships. Mullenax completed his MSW at Boise State after a B.A. in philosophy from Mt. Angel College in St. Benedict, Oregon. He has worked as a social worker and clinician for the Idaho State Department of Health and Welfare and the Casey Family Programs. He currently volunteers with Safe Schools Coalition providing youth leadership trainings, and serves as the chair of the NASW Idaho Ethics Committee.
Active Use of Family-Centered Practice Principles: Working with Refugees and Immigrants in Idaho, Ideas in Practice (Newsletter for Child Welfare Professionals) (2009)
Introduction of Secondary Trauma for CASA Volunteers, Family Advocate Program (2011)
Introduction to Cross-Cultural Parenting Series: Parenting with Limited English Proficiency—Challenges, Obstacles and Resources, Institute for Families and Communities, Boise State University (2010)
Introduction to Cross-Cultural Parenting Series: Trauma Informed Practice, Institute for Families and Communities, Boise State University (2010)
Youth Leadership Workshop, Idaho Safe Schools Coalition (2010)