Parent Leader Trainer
Julie Day’s passion for this work grew out of her own experience as a parent seeking resources and opportunities at a Family Resource Center in New Hampshire. She went on to serve in parent leadership roles at the local program, state, and national levels, including as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds.
In her past role as the Strengthening Families Director at New Hampshire Children’s Trust, she trained over 1,200 professionals in Bringing the Protective Factors to Life in Your Work. She also created the My Voice Matters training, a parent advocacy training offered throughout the state for more than 400 parents and community members.
In addition to being a national trainer on parent leadership development, she is a Community Health Worker with Granite United Way New Hampshire and an active member of the Capital Area Food Access Coalition.
She received her B.A in Human Services from Springfield College and her Master of Public Health degree from Southern New Hampshire University.