Erin Day joined Community Impact NC in October of 2018 and is the Director of the Division of Coalition Support. In 2006, she received a B.S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Religion & Philosophy from Barton College.
Erin has worked for over 10 years in the prevention of substance use disorders. She has experience in leading a community coalition and training communities to begin community level prevention efforts. She has received Coalition Academy training through Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, is a trained Recovery Coach, and has had training in racial equity and disparity issues through the Racial Equity Institute.
Erin currently serves on the Addiction Professionals of North Carolina board as North East Regional Vice President. Locally she serves on the board of the Wilson Housing Authority, the Wilson County ABC Board, and belongs to The Rotary Club of Wilson.
She has lived in Wilson for 17 years, has a husband named Aaron, and two children, Audrey (6) & Axel (4).