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Dr. Angelique Day

Associate Professor

University of Washington - Seattle, School of Social Work

Dr. Angelique Day is an associate professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Washington – Seattle and faculty affiliate of the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute and Partners for Our Children. These research and policy think tanks are dedicated to the development and dissemination of original research in the fields of child welfare and indigenous child and family wellbeing. Angelique has provided technical assistance (TA) to the State of Washington in the development and evaluation of their kinship navigator program and assisted Washington tribes in tribally adapting the model for implementation at their own sites. She is also the evaluator for two investing in families’ grantees, where she is tracking the efficacy of models designed to increase kinship licensure and placement rates in state and tribal child welfare settings across multiple states. Angelique is also an evaluation consultant with Casey Family Programs, where she provides TA support to four states building and evaluating kinship navigator programs.