April is a passionate advocate for accessibility, particularly regarding physical environments. A champion of spatial access, April has a portfolio of considerations and suggestions to improve the usability of most physical locations.
For years, April has worked closely with individuals with new spinal cord injuries to mentor them and ease them into their new reality. Likewise, she has worked with doctors and care providers to deliver sensitivity workshops and advice.
April has been using a chair since the age of 6. She is an accomplished teacher and former competitive triathlete, competing in several races and marathons. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Inclusive Education and Disability Studies at Syracuse University.