April Chapman worked in the tech industry for 20 years including a tenure at Microsoft, managing teams responsible for consumer Internet sites and orchestrating key partnerships. Prior to Microsoft, she developed groundbreaking software products in areas such as remotely-piloted aircrafts and manufacturing control systems and taught nationally on software technologies. April left Microsoft to start a consulting firm to advise nonprofits on Internet strategy. She is now working with local, national, and international faith-led nonprofits and businesses to help maximize their economic, social, and spiritual impact. She will gladly engage on the topics of innovation, the power of generosity, the importance of stewarding influence, and happy marriages! April serves on several boards including Praxis, Impact Foundation, Generous Giving, Solomon’s Fund, the National Christian Foundation-Northwest, and was Co-Chair of the World Vision Innovation Fund. She and her husband, Craig, have boy/girl twins and love the challenge of balancing home life with the call to serve. April holds an Oxford Diploma in Strategy & Innovation and a BS in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine.