April delivers! On topics such as vision development, self-confidence, presentation skills, and leadership, she has led to measurable behavioral change impacting the bottom line in multiple industries.
Organizations who have heard from April include UPS (United Parcel Service), CDC (Centers for Disease Control), Federal Home Loan Bank Atlanta, Home Depot, Kroger Company, Spanx, Chick-Fil-A, Wal-Mart, Magic Wand Foundation, Abbot, and Mitsubishi Electric.
While speaking at a conference for foster youth in 2009, April was moved by the students in the audience. From this experience, April founded, Lydia’s Place, a non-profit serving young adults who have experienced foster care or homelessness. Today, she serves as the President of Lydia’s Place and is an advocate for the voice of young people in their transition to independence.
April lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband and four girls.