An agent of synergy services to Christian emerging artists, talents, and nonprofit organizations are what Dadria, also known as Mz. Day offers. Her widespread services include but are not limited to: consultations for clienteles and creative synergistic solutions to achieve artistic, family strengthening services, and ministry visions.
Dadria obtained a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Roosevelt University (2004), a prestigious liberal arts school in Chicago. Since then, she has served in the social service industry as Recruitment & Licensing Specialist (foster care), Family Support Worker (head start), Family Resource Specialist (foster care), Residential Advisor (youth-adult homeless shelter), and Case Management in the Resource Development Dept. as an Assessor and temp Family Support Service Worker with the state of Georgia. Dadria transitioned to the Department of Child Support Services in 2017.
Dadria’s love for creative arts and entertainment afforded her opportunities in: radio (Intern at WGRB, 1390 AM), artist management, event facilitation, artist bookings, social media, carpet facilitator, media and branding manager, production assistant, project manager, creative director, talent escort, and background vocals, to name a few.
Dadria continues to pursue her dreams through creative and artistic platforms as well as effect change in media, entertainment, community and in the social services sector.
Unique traits: I have a love for entertainment and social services.