FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Alamance County Government
Contact: Michelle Mills
The Alamance County Social Services Board welcomes Adrian Daye as the County’s new Director of Social Services, effective February 1, 2019. Daye has served as the Deputy Director since 2016.
“The Board is thrilled with the selection of Adrian Daye as the new DSS Director for Alamance County. We are impressed with her experience, passion, and professionalism and know that she will serve the citizens of Alamance County well. While it’s hard to say goodbye to Susan Osborne who has led the agency with amazing expertise and dedication, we are assured of a smooth transition and a bright future,” says Heidi Norwick, DSS Board Member and President of United Way.
Adrian Daye has been with the Alamance County Department of Social Services for more than 25 years and has held a variety of roles including Children Services Program Manager, Assistant Director for Services, and most recently as the Deputy Director. In this position, she was responsible for all administrative duties including Child Welfare, Adult Services, Child Support, Economic Services, and the Family Justice Center.
Adrian is a native of Alamance County and holds a Master of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Additionally, she recently finished her certification in Municipal County Administration from the School of Government and is involved in social work issues at the national, state, and local level.
“Alamance County Department of Social Services has made great progress in providing services and support to enhance the lives of our most vulnerable populations,” said Daye. “I look forward to continuing these efforts through partnership with the agency staff, county
leadership, and our community.”