Tana Day graduated from Sterling College in May of 2017 with a B.A. in Christian Ministries and an emphasis in youth. At an early age, she felt called to pursue ministry in some capacity or another. During her time at Sterling, she responded to that call by serving as an intern at Sterling First United Methodist Church before serving as the Youth Coordinator. She also volunteers with Light Up The Dark ministries.
She and her husband Billy live in Sterling with their two dogs, Hudson and Izzy. They enjoy going on adventures, drinking lots of coffee, and working on various projects around their home.