The board of directors is a team of six who keep an eye on the operations of this nonprofit organization. They meet at least quarterly and oversee operations, review reports, and recommend changes. This group of people has more than 300 years of experience combined, own businesses in the local community, and their mission is to ensure New Day is successful.
“I am honored to be part of an organization that serves the people who are in the most pain. For many years my journey has revolved around serving and advocating for homeless people. Everyone deserves a chance at recovery and restoration. Our commitment to providing comprehensive care and resources is driven by our collective vision of fostering hope and healing for those in need. I invite you to join us on this journey of compassion and change. Together, let’s uplift lives and make a lasting impact.” Said Joe Chalupa New Day Chairman
In other words, the board of directors provides a checks-and-balances function to ensure New Day maintains its fiscal obligations in terms of responsible spending. New Day receives funding from the state and federal government. When a person or organization donates funds, they can be assured the money is spent wisely.
(Director)- Retired BIA Tribal Children and Family Social Director
(Director)- Retired BIA
(Chairman)- Retired HUB Director
(Director)- RN/ Quality Assurance Director
(Vice Chair)- Real Estate
(Director)- Business Owner
(Member)- New Day, Inc.