Mr. Day has twelve years of experience in project management, water and wastewater, planning, and community and economic development in rural communities in the United States and overseas. He has significant experience in administration, project management, budgeting, entrepreneurship, business planning, spreadsheet evaluation, and grant writing. Brian was a former employee for the Illinois RCAP. He assisted rural communities with CDAP grants and USDA Rural Development loans. Prior to joining MAP, Brian was a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic. He was able to assist a community in the implementation of a water filter project that provided 50 houses and their neighbors (600+ persons) with free, clean, safe, portable water for drinking, cooking, bathing and washing. Since 2015, he has been providing technical assistance to rural communities and tribal nations in North Dakota. His background and focus on water and wastewater issues has led him to a number of opportunities to help communities and tribal nations to think differently and to attain the unachievable by operating competently in these ever involving industries. He strives to bring 100% to the work that he does, and his goal is to build strong, long-term, beneficial outcomes for his clients he has or is working with. He has a M.A. in Economics and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Community Development from Western Illinois University.