Monica Day is an original Georgia Peach, born in Savannah, GA and raised in Atlanta since the age of 5 years old. Monica is the mother of two beautiful daughters, Jennifer and Kristina. Minister Day is the author of “Praying Through Your Storms” and the founder of Daylight Awareness & Prevention Agency, Inc. Monica also serves as the Georgia- State Action Leader for the Love Is Not Abuse Coalition.
Monica is a survivor of a 16 year emotionally, financially, sexually and physically abusive marriage. As a result of the abuse she endured, Monica knows firsthand the embarrassment, the pain and trauma a victim experiences. Monica has had many scars and bruises, black eye and busted lips. She also knows the frustration in putting her and her daughter’s lives back together.
As Monica began her journey of healing in 2009 God planted the vision for Daylight, Inc in her spirit and a month later Daylight, Inc was born. It is Monica’s heart's desire to save other women from suffering in silence as she did, by speaking out against domestic abuse and violence and teaching women and girls the signs of an abusive relationship.
It is through counseling, mentoring, presentations, classes, contingency training, strategic partnerships, alliances; literature and community events that Monica mentors and empowers young women through a process to help strengthen their faith, love and respect themselves, set boundaries for themselves and others, build healthy lasting relationships and become servant leaders.
Minister Monica Day has traveled the world speaking to Youth groups, Girl Scout troops and College organizations to include Atlanta’s Spelman College and Clayton State University. She has had the unique opportunity to share her testimony and speak out against domestic abuse on CNN’s News Now and Court TV. Monica has also been a guest on the Laugh Your Class Off and PK Faith Internet Radio Shows. In 2010 Monica received the Bold and Fearless Award for Domestic Violence Advocacy from the Stone Mountain-Lithonia Chapter of the 100 Black Women of Atlanta. She shines the light on dating violence and domestic abuse whenever she can and wherever she goes.
Minister Monica Day has been Called, Committed and Submitted for such a time and cause as this. As a Woman of God Monica can clearly see that Satan did indeed desire to have and to sift her as wheat but through it all her faith did not fail … and she heard the Lord saying, “and when you are converted, strengthen your brother (and your sister). Luke 22:31