FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/20/15
CONTACT: Whitney Scheurer, AHA Insight, email@example.com
AHA Insight CEO to Help Entrepreneurs Across the Country Achieve Velocity
AHA Insight CEO April Armstrong accepted an invitation from The Corporate Agent® to provide executive coaching support to VELOCITY®, a unique year-long mentoring experience for business owners looking to elevate their business to the next level. Founded and headed by tour-de-force Angelique Rewers, VELOCITY® “combines training, strategy, mentoring and implementation labs to help business leaders achieve massive forward progress and results.”
Armstrong will contribute to business development for up to fifty entrepreneurs across the country through business intensives, executive coaching, and co-moderation of a private online mentoring forum available to exclusively to program participants.
“Angelique and Phil Dyer (EVP of Consulting and Training) are absolutely amazing at what they do,” she says. She should know – Velocity® changed her life three years ago when, emboldened with the support of this program, Armstrong achieved her lifelong dream of opening her own company to help corporate and government executives thrive with change. “Too many business owners are phenomenal at the service they provide, but don’t know how to grow a business that meets their customers’ most pressing needs. I’m looking forward to helping business owners exceed their goals and expand their vision of what’s possible through Velocity®.”
After more than 20 years with a large company, April took the leap in 2013 and opened a coaching and advisory firm specializing in the “people” side of change. Within 5 months, she had a thriving business that continues to expand. She and her team serve corporations, universities, associations and several high profile government agencies implementing strategic growth and change initiatives. April also founded The Day One Executive™, through which she and her team provide pro bono coaching to students and young professionals in the mid-Atlantic region to prepare them to distinguish themselves among executives as future executives, beginning on Day One of their careers.