Ms. Monaco is the President and Founder of A Day Closer and an outspoken proponent of both keeping families intact while a loved one is incarcerated as well as criminal justice reform. Ms. Monaco grew up in Missoula, Montana and spent most of her adult years in Maryland where she raised three daughters. Prior to founding A Day Closer, Ms. Monaco worked 15 years in the Auto Finance industry in sales and marketing. Ms. Monaco is no stranger to the non-profit sector as she has been grateful to be a fierce advocate for Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) and volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), St. Jude's Hospital, and Prince Georges County Schools. Ms. Monaco and her husband currently reside in Whitefish, Montana.
Gabriella Shewfelt, a Washington D.C. native, resides in San Diego, CA with her husband and dog, Izzy. As a Digital Media and Web Technology major, Gabriella specializes in graphic design, web design, marketing, and social media management. With her graphic and web design skills, she brings A Day Closer to the Internet to spread our message. Gabriella’s passion for justice comes from her large family of social advocates that have fought for generations to better the world around them.
Julie Krenzke has a distinguished 28-year finance career in the Auto Industry. Her integrity, efficiency, knowledge, and overall personal skills have made her top in her field and sought after. Ms. Krenzke is a native of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area where she grew up. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Tennessee. Ms. Krenzke is known for her heart the size of Texas and her willingness to always extend her hand to someone in need. Ms. Krenzke recently made the bold move across the country and now resides in picturesque Poulsbo, Washington.
Suzanne Moses is a Philadelphia native and resident. She earned her bachelors degree from Widener University and worked for 25 years in leadership positions in the hospitality and commercial real estate finance industries. Since 2015, she has applied her executive experience and efforts to criminal justice reform. On the federal and Pennsylvania state levels, she advocates and volunteers for Washington, DC based FAMM. She also moderates an online advocacy group, Prison Reform Movement that organizes and gives elevated voice to those affected by justice issues. Suzanne is guided by her strong sense of dedication to serve and defend families and their loved ones from legal system injustices.