April Garstin

Director of Operations & Sponsorships



April is a steadfast advocate for child welfare, channeling her entrepreneurial spirit and leadership skills towards the noble cause of protecting vulnerable children. Her journey into advocacy was sparked by witnessing the challenges and adversities faced by children in abusive environments, fostering in her a deep-seated passion for making a tangible difference in their lives.

At the core of April's mission is her role as the Director of Operations for the Child Liberation Foundation, where her efforts are directed towards eradicating child trafficking and providing healing for victims of physical and sexual abuse. In this capacity, April harnesses her extensive experience in strategic communication and leadership, honed through her tenure as the Director of Enterprise Communications for the NFL Alumni Las Vegas Chapter, to amplify the foundation's mission and mobilize support for its critical initiatives.

April's advocacy is further enriched by her experience on the board of the Morlon Greenwood Foundation, where she has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to mentoring and empowering children, ensuring they receive the support and education necessary to overcome adversity and achieve their fullest potential.

Beyond her roles in these organizations, April is a fervent supporter of entrepreneurship, providing equipment financing solutions to businesses and empowering aspiring entrepreneurs to reach new heights. Her dedication to fostering success in others extends to her personal life, where she takes pride in raising two accomplished children who actively contribute to society.

April's multifaceted career is a testament to her resilience, leadership, and unwavering dedication to child welfare. Her work with the Child Liberation Foundation is a reflection of her lifelong commitment to safeguarding the innocent and nurturing the next generation. April stands as a beacon of hope and a driving force for change, tirelessly working towards a future where every child is free from harm and empowered to thrive.

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