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Amy Mullenix, MSPH, MSW
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Amy Mullenix, MSPH, MSW

Senior Collaboration Manager, National MCH Workforce Development Center
Department of Maternal and Child Health
  • 412 Rosenau Hall
  • CB #7445
  • Chapel Hill, NC 27599
  • USA
Amy Mullenix currently serves as the Senior Collaboration Manager for the National Maternal Child Health Workforce Development Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Center’s hub is in the Maternal and Child Health Department.

In this role, she coordinates the activities of the Center, focusing on innovations that emerge from the interdisciplinary nature of the Center’s workforce activities. She leads collaboration efforts among multiple academic and practice partners within the Center, identifying cross-sector collaborations that lead to improved outcomes and policy changes in states. Ms. Mullenix also serves as the primary liaison with states and territories as they seek technical assistance opportunities, and serves as a coach for state and jurisdictional health transformation work.

She also works on three additional projects: the Family Planning National Training Center, the national MCH Strengthen the Evidence Center and the Improving Community Outcomes for Maternal and Child Health project in North Carolina.

Prior to her work at the Center, Ms. Mullenix worked for the March of Dimes as the state coordinator of the North Carolina Preconception Health Campaign. In that role, she also served on the leadership teams of the North Carolina Preconception Health Coalition and Every Woman Southeast.
Mullenix, a Nebraska native, previously worked as a bilingual social worker for pregnant women and families in public health departments and community health centers in North Carolina and Nebraska.

Key Publications

Title V Workforce Development in the Era of Health Transformation. Margolis L, Mullenix AJ, Apostolico AA, Fehrenbach, L, Cilenti D. (2017). Maternal and Child Health Journal.

Promotora de Salud model: Promoting folic acid among Hispanic women. deRosset LA, Mullenix AJ, Flores A, Mattia-Dewey D, Mai CT.  (2014). Journal of Women’s Health, 23(6), 525-31.

Reaching Women and Health Care Providers with Women’s Wellness Messages: The North Carolina Folic Acid Campaign as a Model. Mullenix AJ.  (2009). North Carolina Medical Journal, 70(5), 472-75.

Use among Non-Pregnant Females of Childbearing Age in the Western North Carolina Multivitamin Distribution Program. Morgan LM, Major JL, Meyer RE, Mullenix AJ (2009). North Carolina Medical Journal, 70(5), 386-90.

Multivitamins, Folic Acid and Birth Defects: Knowledge, Beliefs and Behaviors of Hispanic Women in North Carolina. deRosset LA, Mullenix AJ, Zhang L.  (2009). American Journal of Health Education, 40(3), 155-64.

Education

MSPH, Maternal and Child Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005

MSW, Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005

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