We are excited to offer our 29:11 conference participants an extraordinary line-up of speakers and breakout sessions.
Our goal is to provide you with tools, resources, and motivation to be your best self.
APRIL AUGER PERRIN
April Auger Perrin serves as the Director of Programs and Alumni Relations for Lead Virginia – a non-profit and non-partisan organization that educates proven leaders about regional differences, opportunities and challenges across the state of Virginia. Before joining Lead Virginia, she served as Director of Programs for The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia. The Institute brings together diverse individuals with a passion for politics and public service who desire to work for the common good of Virginia.
April received her bachelor’s degree in communications from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, and is pursuing a master’s degree in nonprofit studies from the University of Richmond. She’s also a member of Leadership Metro Richmond’s Class of 2015.
April has traveled extensively in the US and abroad which has deepened her commitment to serve others – specifically women. She is active in her local church and community. Her desire is to interact with and educate women who aspire to positively impact their world. The primary message that April wants young women to hear is that God places great value upon them and that He has a great plan for them.
Megan Woodford is an honor student at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She has loved cheerleading since she was a little girl having participated in local competitive cheer clubs, on her high school squads, and was selected for the JMU competitive cheer club. Last year Megan served on the leadership team for the JMU Cheer Club.
Cheerleading has provided Megan an opportunity to learn more about being healthy, to grow as a leader, and to push herself beyond her perceived limitations.
Megan is a big believer in supporting other young women to build their confidence and reach their goals.
She was chosen for the Big Sister program in Harrisonburg and is a member of the Bare Naked Ladies – a group of students dedicated to promoting positive body image, self-love, and redefining beauty on the JMU campus.
Megan lives in Leesburg, Virginia with her parents, brother, and Bogey the cat.