April Chapman worked in the technology industry for twenty years including five years at Microsoft, managing teams responsible for early MSN Internet properties and orchestrating relationships with key partners. Currently, she is engaged with faith-based non-profits to apply business principles like risk capital and innovation to produce transformative, sustainable solutions that target the causes of global poverty. She’s also focused on working with business leaders and entrepreneurs to foster positive social impact at the intersection of business, faith and culture. April is co-chair of the World Vision Innovation Fund, and serves on several non-profit boards including Praxis, a Christian business accelerator, National Christian Foundation Northwest, Generous Giving and Impact Foundation. She and her husband, Craig, are parents of teenage boy/girl twins and love the challenge of balancing home life with their call to serve. April holds an Oxford Diploma in Strategy & Innovation and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine.