Ms. Quonekuia Day
- Instructor of Old Testament
First Year at Gordon-Conwell:
- B.A. (Emmanuel College)
- MSW (Boston University School of Social Work)
- M.Div., Th.M. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary)
- M.Phil./Ph.D. (London School of Theology)
Grief/Bereavement, Depression, Homosexuality, Race Relations
Prof. Day joined the Gordon-Conwell faculty full-time in 2009 after having worked for the seminary since 2004 as Coordinator of Student Advisement and Mentored Ministry for the Boston campus and as a teaching assistant and adjunct professor. She taught for Vision New England, Greater Love Tabernacle in Roxbury, MA and Southern New England Church of God MIP (Ministerial Internship Program).
Prior to teaching at Gordon-Conwell, Prof. Day, a licensed clinical social worker, worked for Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. From 1997-2001, she worked as a case management social worker for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Boston, and in 1996, spent a year as a family treatment specialist/substance abuse counselor at Dimock Community Health Center in Boston. She has also used her social work skills to co-facilitate a substance abuse support group and coordinate an outreach program at Greater Love Tabernacle.
Prof. Day is currently the District President in Boston for the denomination’s Young Women’s Christian Council. She has also served as a conference and workshop speaker for the YWCC and other Christian groups. She is also an Ordained Minister with the Church of God, Cleveland in Tennessee.