Ulash is full time faculty: associate professor and director of diversity, equity and inclusion at the Wright Institute MA counseling psychology program in Berkeley, California. At the Wright Institute, she advises and teaches students who are working towards LPCC and MFT licensure. Classes taught include crisis disaster and trauma counseling, children and adolescent counseling, and professional development seminar. Dunlap also maintains a small private practice in San Francisco. Her area of interests includes school-based mental health, Asian-American mental health, crisis interventions and and South Asian American mental health. Dunlap currently serves as: board member of the San Francisco Behavioral Health Commission where board members advise their board of supervisors and mental health director about funding, policy and services; and past board member at the Asian-American Psychological Association, and past chair for the division of practice within the AAPA.