Aprill Edwards is the epitome of light, love, and transformation. Aprill is redefining the word ‘superwoman’ and helping women become super powerful in everything they do. The stereotypes about women that plague society fuel Aprill’s desire to guide women down the road to healthy, happy, and whole. Even when her clients come to her at the intersection of Broken Ave. and Tattered Drive, this “Unlock Your Potential Authority” has the uncanny ability to illuminate the path to greatness that many of them cannot see for themselves.
Aprill’s experience from tattered and torn to triumphant and tenacious gives her equal amounts of compassion and tough love for the women she ministers to through her transformational programs. One cannot deny Aprill’s resilience after attempted suicide, teen pregnancy, emotional and physical abuse, toxic relationships, bankruptcy, and the death of her mother when she was only 13 years old. Aprill is indeed superwoman turned woman with super powers. Aprill’s intuitive and empathic nature allow her to serve others in a way uncommon to most coaches. Aprill, the Unlock Your Potential Authority, specializes in helping women get unLocked, destroy the blocks that hinder their transformation, and and tap into into their potential.
Aprill Edwards holds a MBA in Business from National Louis University. She is a Certified Life/Success Coach (Success Coach Institute), AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor. She is ISSA Certified in Fitness Nutrition and Sports Nutrition. In addition, she was a Certified Program Manager through AT& T — where she was employed for 21 years before venturing out as a full-time entrepreneur.
Aprill is proud to serve her community. The Springfield and Greater Illinois community have acknowledged her commitment with the following accolades:
- Springfield Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty
- Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Springfield program graduate
- Big Brother Big Sister of Central Illinois mentor
- Noontime Toastmasters Club, president
- District 186 Youth Leadership Saturday Academies, organizer/leader
- Powered Up Youth Inc., founder
- PJ’s Meals on Wheels, owner