Manager of Grassroots and Community Projects


Chanda Day is the manager of grassroots and community projects at National Patient Advocate Foundation (NPAF). Over the past sixteen years, Chanda has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to patient advocacy and support through various positions within Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF).

Chanda’s journey with PAF began as an administrative assistant for the case management program where she honed organizational and operational skills. She quickly advanced to work directly with the founder, Nancy Davenport-Ennis, as her executive assistant providing crucial support and contributing to the foundation’s strategic initiatives.

With a passion for patient advocacy and community service, Chanda now brings her breadth of professional and lived experiences to manage the projects and initiatives of NPAF, advocating for equitable healthcare and while fostering a culture of compassion and inclusion.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Chanda enjoys spending quality time with her husband and family. She finds joy in fishing, gardening, and working on various crafts, which provides a creative and relaxing outlet. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Bryant & Stratton College. Chanda is an active member of the Alpha Beta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.