Kellyann Day received her masters of social work (MSW) administration from UCONN School of Social Work and her bachelor's degree in psychology from State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
She has been executive director of New Haven Home Recovery since 1997.
She has been working with homeless individuals and families for eleven years and with families and children in crisis for 16 years.
Kellyann has previously worked as a program coordinator for a family supportive housing program and in both an after school program and therapeutic foster care program for troubled children.
In 1994 she
led a 30 day, adventure wilderness course for adjudicated youth in Pennsylvania.
She has served as secretary, Vice President and President of the Board of Directors for the Connecticut AIDS Residence Coalition.
She has currently serves as the Board of Directors for the New Haven Mayor's Task Force on AIDS, the South Central Behavioral Health Network and Co-Chairs the City of New Haven's 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness' Support Services Committee.
In addition she is a member of the Connecticut Reaching Home Steering Committee.
In 2004 Kellyann
was named Forty under Forty by the Connecticut Business Times
currently lives in Hamden, CT with her
husband and two children.