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My SAVI Story Participant Campaign

You Won’t Always
Wear The Uniform

Are you prepared to transition
from military service?

200,000+ Veterans transition from
service every year. Hear the post
military transition stories from fellow
service members in My SAVI Story.

Connect with their journey and learn
from their challenges 

 

Who is SAVI?

The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration is an organization led by Veterans for Veterans. SAVI understands the needs of Veterans and knows how critical separating from the military can be. Founded by an Air Force Veteran who almost found herself homeless during her own transition, SAVI is an organization that recognizes how easily a Veteran can end up being a statistic. Our proven system keeps Veterans in homes and making money. We are dedicated to creating a seamless experience for all 200,000 service-members transitioning out of the military each year. We set them up for sustainable, whole life success as civilians.

“Adrianne and SAVI have been an integral part to
my successful military transition process! The
knowledge, resources, and mentorship that were
given to me each month on a phone call were
invaluable and kept me focused.”

-Matt Langseth

Meet the Veterans

Adrianne Phillips
Michael Foster
Jason Espinoza
Jamaal Lofton

What do we do

For service members

Provide FREE training and 12 months
of mentorship to service members
looking to transition to greater
education, employment,
entrepreneurship, and retirement.

Learn more >

For service organizations

Deliver training, consultation, and
certification to strengthen their
effectiveness in serving Veterans.

Learn more >

Who we serve

  • Service-members up to 1 year before separation/retirement
  • Veterans up to 1 year after separation/retirement
  • The 46,000+ Veteran service organizations across the U.S.
  • Civilian employers seeking to better recruit, retain, and engage Veterans
  • VA claims representatives
  • Veteran non-profits

“Adrianne is a GREAT mentor. Helping me think through employment options, navigating the VA process, and just a general listening ear as I transition from active duty has been the exact support that I needed.”

Thornton Ray

My SAVI Story Donate

Become a transition sponsor

Support a Veteran’s transition from military service for an entire year with a small monthly gift.

200,000 service men and women in the US military transition to civilian life every year. The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration was founded to help those Veterans by connecting them to the resources and benefits they need for an effective transition.

The average cost to put one Veteran through our system is $487. As a Transition Sponsor, your monthly gift in support of our mission will give Veterans the coaching and mentorship they need for an entire year to effectively transition into the civilian sector.

Imagine the impact that would have on someone like Mike, Jamaal, Jason or Adrianne. 100% of your generous gift will go towards our transition programs providing Veterans access to what they need to find their true talents and share them with the world.

Adrianne is a GREAT mentor. Helping me think through employment options, navigating the VA process, and just a general listening ear as I transition from active duty has been the exact support that I needed.
Thornton Ray

Who is SAVI

The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration is an organization led by Veterans for Veterans.

SAVI understands the needs of Veterans and knows how critical separating from the military can be. Founded by an Air Force Veteran who almost found herself homeless during her own transition, SAVI is an organization that recognizes how easily a Veteran can end up being a statistic. Our proven system keeps Veterans in homes and making money.

We are dedicated to creating a seamless experience for all 200,000 service-members transitioning out of the military each year. We set them up for sustainable, whole life success as civilians.

Adrianne and SAVI have been an integral part to my successful military transition process! The knowledge, resources, and mentorship that were given to me each month on a phone call were invaluable and kept me focused.
Matt Langseth

What we do

For service organizations

Deliver training, consultation,
and certification to strengthen their
effectiveness in serving Veterans.

Learn more >

For service members

Provide FREE training and 12 months of mentorship to service members looking to transition to greater education, employment, entrepreneurship, and retirement.

Learn more >

What we serve

  • Service-members up to 1 year before separation/retirement
  • Veterans up to 1 year after separation/retirement
  • The 46,000+ Veteran service organizations across the U.S.
  • Civilian employers seeking to better recruit, retain, and engage Veterans
  • VA claims representatives
  • Veteran non-profits

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Military Veterans And
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200,000+ service members go through a massive life change each year, leaving behind an identity they’ve grown accustomed to only to start over again.
The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration (SAVI) was founded to help by connecting veterans in transition to the resources and benefits they need. With your support, we can stand together to aid those who put their lives on the line for our country.

 

Today, you have the opportunity to join
a movement that calls awareness to this
difficult period in a veteran’s life.
Four service members share their personal stories
of how they transitioned from service to the civilian world
without the aid of a transition program and struggled
finding their new identities.

I really wish that I had connected with Adrianne from SAVI much sooner. Her depth of knowledge was incredible and would routinely ask me questions to provoke a thought that wasn’t even on my radar. I am excited to see this organization grow and would highly recommend anyone transitioning to work with SAVI ASAP! And if you’re a veteran but need some help, they’re standing by!

Alex Lawton

Meet the Veterans

Adrianne Phillips
Michael Foster
Jason Espinoza
Jamaal Lofton

Who we are?

The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration is an
organization led by Veterans for Veterans.

SAVI understands the needs of Veterans and knows
how critical separating from the military can be.
Founded by an Air Force Veteran who almost found
herself homeless during her own transition, SAVI is
an organization that recognizes how easily a Veteran
can end up being a statistic. Our proven system
keeps Veterans in homes and making money.

We are dedicated to creating a seamless experience
for all 200,000 service-members transitioning out
of the military each year. We set them up for
sustainable, whole life success as civilians.

Adrianne and SAVI have been an integral
part to my successful military transition
process! The knowledge, resources, and
mentorship that were given to me each
month on a phone call were invaluable
and kept me focused.

Matt Langseth

Get exposure to the veteran community

Be a significant part of our campaign reaching over 55,000 veterans across the 50 US States and 5
US Territories. Show your support for the veteran community and establish your brand as a
“vetted” organization among the ranks.
GAIN FUTURE BUSINESS OR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
You are one of a few select organizations that align with our values invited into this opportunity.
We are focusing our efforts into our campaign across 4 social media platforms, our community,
and partnership with other veteran service organizations to increase its impact. We project to
have over 55,000 veterans and supporters getting exposure to your brand.
What if only 1% of that audience follows back to your site and purchases one of your products?
How much would that generate in sales?
What if your brand attracts the right military veteran to reach out and apply? They would take
their fresh discipline, drive, focus, and energy to help you 10x your business.

Support a good cause

Make a BIG IMPACT and be recognized for your support to the veteran community and the supporting organizations we work with.
Commit to supporting 200,000 transitioning veterans every year with our incredibly valuable LOW-RISK sponsorship program.

“Adrianne is a GREAT mentor. Helping me think
through employment options, navigating the VA
process, and just a general listening ear as I
transition from active duty has been the exact
support that I needed.”
Thornton Ray

Sponsorship packages

Recruit Package

4 Spots Available (1 SOLD)

Inclusion of your logo and backlinks to your website on our landing page and all 25-episode pages so your SEO presence on Google is improved and your brand is viewed by over 55,000 veterans. ($10,000 value)

Employer toolkit. ($1,000 Value)

Honorable Mention highlighting your company’s commitment to assisting over 200,000 transitioning military veterans every year. ($250 Value)

Recruit Package Total Value: $11,250
Sponsor’s Dollar-for-Dollar Match: $2,500

Veteran Package

2 Spots Available

Inclusion of your logo and backlinks to your website on our landing page and all 21-episode pages so your SEO presence on Google is improved and your brand is viewed by over 55,000 veterans. ($10,000 value)
We will send you the emails of 100% of all leads captured during the campaign. ($2,750 Value)

Press release highlighting your company’s commitment to assisting over 200,000 transitioning military veterans every year. ($1,500 value)

Employer toolkit. ($1,000 Value)

Veteran Package Total Value: $15,250
Sponsor’s Dollar-for-Dollar Match: $8,000

Admiral Package

0 Spots Available (SOLD OUT)

Your own mySAVIStory interview showcasing your story, your transition, and your business to over 55,000 targeted veterans, including all rights to the content created so you can use it at your discretion. ($35,000 value)

Inclusion of your logo and backlinks to your website on our landing page and all 25-episode pages so your SEO presence on Google is improved and your brand is viewed by over 55,000 veterans. ($10,000 value)

We will send you the emails of 100% of all leads captured during the campaign. ($2,750 Value)

Press release highlighting your company’s commitment to assisting over 200,000 transitioning military veterans every year. ($1,500 value)
Employer toolkit. ($1,000 Value)

Admiral Package Total Value: $50,250
Sponsor’s Dollar-for-Dollar Match: $35,000

Low-risk sponsorship

We are so confident in our mission and our ability to fundraise we are going to prove the concept to our sponsors BEFORE they contribute 90% of their tier.
Each sponsor will only commit to sponsoring 10% of their tier upfront, then a remaining dollar-for-dollar match on what we raise in funds during this campaign up to their associated sponsorship level.
For Example: If we only raise $500 during the entire campaign, a Veteran sponsor will only commit $800 plus $500 as a match. Each sponsor will still receive the benefits offered in each package. However, if we raise our target of $35,000 each sponsor will commit their full tiered amount.

SAVI goes above and beyond for veterans and military families. With a collective wealth of knowledge and access to exceptional resources, SAVI is putting the needs of veterans at the forefront of all they do.

Military Talent Partners

SAVI Vets and Adrianne are the real deal! Servant Leaders and selflessness come to mind. I love their mission and the vision they have to make life better for those they serve.

The Success Corps

SAVI is an organization that has a comprehensive framework for addressing the myriad of factors impacting vets transitioning into the workforce. They are professional, diligent and community-focused.

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My SAVI Story About

You Won’t Always
Wear The Uniform

Are you prepared to transition
from military service?

200,000+ Veterans transition from
service every year. Hear the post
military transition stories from fellow
service members in My SAVI Story.

Connect with their journey and learn
from their challenges 

 

Who is SAVI?

The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration is an organization led by Veterans for Veterans. SAVI understands the needs of Veterans and knows how critical separating from the military can be. Founded by an Air Force Veteran who almost found herself homeless during her own transition, SAVI is an organization that recognizes how easily a Veteran can end up being a statistic. Our proven system keeps Veterans in homes and making money. We are dedicated to creating a seamless experience for all 200,000 service-members transitioning out of the military each year. We set them up for sustainable, whole life success as civilians.

“Adrianne and SAVI have been an integral part to
my successful military transition process! The
knowledge, resources, and mentorship that were
given to me each month on a phone call were
invaluable and kept me focused.”

-Matt Langseth

Meet the Veterans

Adrianne Phillips
Michael Foster
Jason Espinoza
Jamaal Lofton

What do we do

For service members

Provide FREE training and 12 months
of mentorship to service members
looking to transition to greater
education, employment,
entrepreneurship, and retirement.

Learn more >

For service organizations

Deliver training, consultation, and
certification to strengthen their
effectiveness in serving Veterans.

Learn more >

Who we serve

  • Service-members up to 1 year before separation/retirement
  • Veterans up to 1 year after separation/retirement
  • The 46,000+ Veteran service organizations across the U.S.
  • Civilian employers seeking to better recruit, retain, and engage Veterans
  • VA claims representatives
  • Veteran non-profits

“Adrianne is a GREAT mentor. Helping me think through employment options, navigating the VA process, and just a general listening ear as I transition from active duty has been the exact support that I needed.”

Thornton Ray

EDUCATION TRACK

Academic advising, walkthroughs of your VA education benefits … and everything in between.

All transitioning Veterans in SAVI’s programs gain access to our carefully developed tools for post-military students, including the SAVI Student Transition Incubator℠, Student Track Transition Program℠, and Student Benefit Assessment Service℠, as well as our personalized career path determination assistance.

These SAVI instructors and mentors, along with the entire SAVI team, understand that each of our services is vital to a whole life approach to the military-to-civilian transition. We take your unique goals, circumstances, and vision into account as we craft personalized assistance throughout your twelve-month journey with SAVI.  

EMPLOYMENT TRACK

Civilian workplace etiquette, the hiring process, job searches, performance evaluations...and everything in between.

SAVI’s Employment Track delivers start-to-finish support to help Veterans navigate a new career. From skills assessments to professional networking strategies, SAVI offers custom-built tools — including the SAVI Employment Transition Incubator℠, Job Networking & Search Service℠, and Employment Benefit Assessment Service℠ — as well as job retention and mentoring services to help you every step of the way.

These SAVI mentors have been in your shoes and have experience in the unique challenges Veterans may face as they seek employment after service. They are with you every step of the way throughout your twelve-month program, and provide ongoing professional guidance and mentorship throughout your career.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRACK

Value propositions, initial funding, branding, launch strategies… and everything in between.

All transitioning Veterans on this track receive our comprehensive tools for personal business success: the SAVI Entrepreneur Transition Incubator℠ and Entrepreneur Benefit Assessment Service℠, as well as our opportunity consulting and our funding exploration support.

Through your twelve month journey with SAVI, your mentors will guide you through the Entrepreneurship track while providing unique insight and guidance based on their own experience. Whether you are just starting a new venture, or expanding a passion project you created while in the military, our Entrepreneurship team is here for you every step of the way.

RETIREMENT TRACK

VA compensation and benefits, healthcare, financial planning… and everything in between.

All transitioning Veterans on this track receive comprehensive tools for a successful retirement: the SAVI Retirement Transition Incubator℠ and Retirement Benefit Assessment Service℠, as well as our one-on-one ongoing assistance and assessment services. We’re here to ensure you don’t have to muddle through the financial, personal, and emotional aspects of retirement on your own.

Our Retirement mentors know what it’s like to transition from a steady career to retirement, and want to use their personal and professional experience to help you have a smooth transition. Whether you have questions on finances or healthcare, or the more personal aspects of upkeeping emotional health, we are here for you every step of the way.


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Getting Connected with Your Local Veterans Organizations

If you’re a military Veteran, then you’re a part of a very niche group. Active military personnel make up less than 1 percent of the total U.S. population today, so it’s not surprising that so many Veterans feel isolated as they start their transitions into civilian life.

Yet this issue isn’t a new one. Since 1899, organizations like the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and The American Legion were created to offer Veterans a place for camaraderie, to feel empowered, and to help boost troop morale for those still in the service.

Fast-forward to today and Veterans groups have emerged in nearly every community in the country and boast a wide variety of scope and missions — such as the career program by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America and the suicide prevention work by The Military Veteran Project. The benefits to getting involved with one of these local groups include much more than just gaining buddies to swap war-stories with. Veterans can also get assistance with job placements, career counseling, emotional support, and finding resources for disabled Vets.

Not sure where to begin to find your local Veteran connections? Here’s a list of a few national Veteran groups with various local chapters across the nation.

The American Legion ​
AMVETS
Disabled American Veterans
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Korean War Veterans Association
The Military Veteran Project
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Veterans of Foreign Wars
• Student Veterans of America
• Vietnam Veterans of America

For a more comprehensive list of military charities, organizations, and government contacts, click here.

Get Squared Away: A Comprehensive Checklist for Transitioning Service-Members

18 Months Before Your Discharge
• Review GI Bill and tuition assistance benefits
• Review GI Bill transferability requirements (Transferring your benefits may require re-enlisting or incurring an additional service obligation.)
• Use the DoD Online Academic Skills course to prepare for the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT Exams
• Take a skills/interest assessment through your local ESO or career counselor
• Consider taking CLEP exams to complete your general education requirements
• Reach out to your SAVI mentor for tips from someone who has lived through the transition experience -Start developing your personal and professional networks
• Review your post-separation budget, and start planning for your financial transition
• Register on LinkedIn to get ready for networking opportunities
• Research the job potential, affordability, and community where you plan to live

12 Months Before Your Discharge
• Start developing an Individual Transition Plan
• Review your Pre-Separation Checklist (DD 2648)
• Get your Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) document (DD 2586)
• Research the cost of living where you plan to live as a civilian-Learn about your VA home benefits -Make an appointment with your local Transition Counselor
• Attend a Transition GPS five-day workshop -Check job boards, and start exploring the right career options for you
• Start exploring the right degree and college for you -Request “house hunting orders”
• Enroll in a SAVI Transition Incubator℠
• Use a skills translator to begin developing a civilian resume

9 Months Before Your Discharge
• Continue building your networks through LinkedIn and elsewhere
• Consider an employment assistance program
• Start writing your resume
• Search for jobs in your field and area to see what’s out there
• Arrange for HHG transportation counseling -Research your healthcare options, including Employer-Provided Civilian Care, CHCBP, Transitional Health Care Benefits, and CHAMP
• Make a budget, and prepare to pay for health insurance coverage

6 Months Before Your Discharge
• Start applying for jobs -Start building a wardrobe for the civilian workplace
• Continue to expand your career networks
• Attend career fairs
• Review and update your will and financial documents
• Consider whether to take terminal leave or sell back your balance
• Schedule appointments for household goods (HHG) shipment and storage
• Schedule final medical checkups for all family members
• Visit the Legal Assistance Office for help updating your documents
• Determine if you’re eligible for separation pay or early retirement
•Begin your PCS and housing checkout procedures -Begin looking for VSOs to join

3 Months Before Your Discharge
• Consider job placement services
• Use the VA Pre-discharge program to determine your eligibility for VA Disability Compensation
• Review your finances to ensure your budget will work in civilian life
• Compare SGLI to VGLI and other life insurance options
• Get to know more about where you plan to live
• Contact your Military Treatment Facility, and get copies of all of your health records
• Complete a physical with your MTF or a VA Medical Center
• Take advantage of the two-day TAP GPS program for education and entrepreneurship support

1 Month Before Your Discharge
• Finalize your relocation appointments, and review your benefits
• Arrange for inspection of any government housing
• Choose your transitional healthcare plan

Enrolling in VA Healthcare

1. Make it easier on yourself: Start with support from VA’s Concierge of Care. Enrolling in VA care isn’t as tough a process as it used to be. In October 2017, VA launched its Concierge for Care (C4C) program to enhance its support for transitioning Veterans in getting VA healthcare. The C4C initiative educates and empowers Veterans while simplifying the healthcare application and enrollment process. This means that, shortly after you separate, you’ll get a phone call from a representative who can answer questions, process your VA healthcare enrollment application, and schedule your first VA medical appointment.

2. Get notified of your application status. After your application is submitted, you’ll receive another phone call from VA to let you know whether your enrollment is approved. VA will also send you a Veterans Health Benefits Handbook with information on your healthcare benefits, Enrollment Priority Group, copay status, and other information you’ll need as a new enrollee. Handbooks also include information for appealing a decision if your initial application is rejected.

3. Get your Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC). Only Veterans enrolled in the VA healthcare system can receive a VHIC. Once your application is verified, contact the enrollment coordinator at your local VA medical center to arrange to get your picture taken for the your card either in advance or at your next VA healthcare appointment.

4. Keep your information current after you enroll. Enrolled Veterans can update your personal information (such as income, address, and insurance information) by completing VA Form 10-10EZR online, by visiting a local VA facility, or by calling 1-877-222-VETS between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.

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Adrianne Phillips is a service-disabled veteran, who founded Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration (SAVI) as a reaction to the immense need for support of veterans transitioning to civilian life. After serving in the U.S. Air Force as a combat service-member and Security Forces, Adrianne transitioned out of the military and into civilian life. During this time, she realized that veterans often make the transition with little or no structural support or guidance. This prompted her to spend over 11 years working in the veterans benefit sector, including working in development, adjudication, training, presenting, quality assurance, and division management. In 2011, she started a corporation focusing on event travel management and corporate business travel. In 2017, she harnessed her experience as a veteran, benefits manager, and entrepreneur to found the Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration with the goal of supporting every service-member’s transition.

Juan Rivas

Juan is a solutions-oriented Organizational Development and Learning Professional with experience in global Fortune 100 companies in various industries. He has solid expertise in the development of leadership and staff as well as the implementation of talent management and performance management initiatives. His experience across a variety of industries allows him to see problems from different perspectives and he is able to offer creative solutions to seemingly tough issues. He challenges leaders to think more strategically by increasing their self-awareness and taking advantage of their internal resources. Mr. Rivas earned his Master’s Degree from American Military University and is a Veteran of the US Navy having served 23+ years. He has hands-on experience with the aerospace, manufacturing and engineering industries.

Juan is a Certified Professional Coach and holds multiple certifications including Master Training Specialist, Professional in Human Resources, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, DiSC, Emotional Intelligence (Eqi), Korn Ferry Leadership Architect and 360 Feedback, Risk Type Indicator, Systemic Team Coaching and Brides Change Management.

Recently, Juan served as an HR Director for the Walt Disney Company and prior to the acquisition of 20th Century Fox his contributions to the talent strategy, leadership development, employee engagement and change management were key during the sale and transition.

Juan also proudly serves as a military transition consultant for various for profit and non-profit organizations that are looking to hire Veterans or specialize in helping Veterans adjust to the civilian world.

Adrianne Phillips

Adrianne Phillips is a service-disabled Veteran, who founded Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration (SAVI) as a reaction to the immense need for support of Veterans transitioning to civilian life. After serving in the U.S. Air Force as a combat service-member and Security Forces, Adrianne transitioned out of the military and into civilian life. During this time, she realized that Veterans often make the transition with little or no structural support or guidance. This prompted her to spend over 11 years working in the Veterans benefit sector, including working in development, adjudication, training, presenting, quality assurance, and division management. In 2011, she started a corporation focusing on event travel management and corporate business travel. In 2017, she harnessed her experience as a Veteran, benefits manager, and entrepreneur to found the Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration with the goal of supporting every service-member’s transition.

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Aloysius is an advisor, project manager, mentor & consultant in business & technology strategy. He works with early-stage startups to develop their Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and guiding ideas and concepts into commercially viable solutions. His partnerships with established businesses result in the creation of new verticals and opportunities.

Creative strategist/technologist across multiple industries - healthcare, entertainment & music, MMR, travel, print production, blockchain, crypto-currencies, Big Data & AI. 20yrs technology industry experience and certified AWS APN & mobile technology.

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Michael Foster

Former Naval Officer, Real Estate Investor, and Entrepreneur, Mike Foster serves as the Education Chief and Podcast Host for Active Duty Passive Income.

He graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2013 where he met his beautiful wife, began his naval and real estate investing career, building the foundation for his success.

While active duty, Mike was fortunate enough to have had several remarkable mentors that taught him the importance of credit-building, creative financing techniques and wealth building strategies. Since then, he has acquired multiple real estate investments, he owns several businesses, and mentors thousands of Veterans around the world.

Mike runs “The Military Real Estate Investing Show” powered by Active Duty Passive Income, where he showcases military members and Veterans that have taken action in the real estate world and want to share their journey with his audience. He occasionally brings on special guests to add motivation and fire to his program. Be sure to subscribe, and listen to legends like Robert Kiyosaki, Jason Hartman, and much much more!

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April Durrant

April works as an organization development consultant at her company Integrated Perspectives Consulting helping businesses create visionary solutions and strategies designed for growth, adaptation and transformation. Working with companies as they navigate change and discover their organization in a new way. This is made possible by understanding the many different perspectives within the company and by taking existing strengths and resources and applying them in new ways.

April is a 3rd generation veteran, having served on active duty in the medical field, on special assignment with the Defense Intelligence Agency and deployed during Operation Enduring Freedom. After transitioning out of the military into the civilian sector, she worked in credit management, airline safety and auditing. During her work as auditor and liaison with Delta Air Lines, she discovered her passion for creating solutions and problem solving, by incorporating multiple perspectives and working with the status quo to design better solutions.

This led to the pursuit of her master's degree in leadership and organizational development at Saint Louis University and to the founding of her consulting company. She has since worked with community leaders in Oceanside, CA to develop a shared vision and branding for the community mural initiative, now known as "Art that Excites".

April is passionate about helping organizations and individuals navigate change and discover solutions that work.

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