Kellyann Day is the CEO of New Reach and has served in that capacity since 1997. In her role,
Kellyann oversees the strategic direction and health of the agency, ensuring fidelity to the
mission, vision and values of the organization. Kellyann partners with the Board of Directors
and the leadership team to safeguard the health and effectiveness of the agency by pursuing its
mission in an ethical, transparent, accountable and prudent manner. Kellyann attended the
State University of New York at Plattsburgh where she earned a B.S. in psychology. She
completed her Masters of Social Work (MSW) with a concentration in administration in 2002 at
the University of Connecticut.
In addition to her executive duties at New Reach, Kellyann currently serves on the Board of
Directors of the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, the United Way of Greater New
Haven and Supportive Housing Works. She has served as Chair to the Board of Directors of the
South Central Behavioral Health Network, the CT AIDS Residence Coalition and the Statewide
Reaching Home Steering Committee and has sat on numerous boards throughout the state
including: City of New Haven’s 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness, Regional Alliance to End
Homelessness, CT Coalition to End Homelessness, Greater New Haven Opening Doors, New
Haven Early Childhood Council, New Haven Mayor’s Task Force on AIDS.