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Walk Your Talk With LeAnne and April! The Donaldson Institute Let's Adopt Reform

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LeAnne Parsons is The Walk Your Talk Coach, as well as the CEO of Legacy Now Lived™. As a Coach, National Speaker, Radio Host, and Conscious Adoption Advocate™, LeAnne has given her life to the service of others. LeAnne is a former Foster and Homeschool Mom, a devoted Warrior Wife, a Grandmother, Reunited Adoptee, Small business owner, and New Nester. Parsons has walked through this life, one step at a time. LeAnne understands the challenges, fears and insecurities that each one of us can face as we journey through the many seasons of life. As a Certified Life and Leadership and Relationship Restoration Coach, and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, as well as a C.ORE Wellbeing Specialist. LeAnne boldly stands shoulder to shoulder with you as you learn to courageously let go of all the obstacles that hold you back from fully embracing the life you were created to live.

April Dinwoodie is a nationally recognized thought leader on adoption and foster care. As Chief Executive of the Donaldson Adoption Institute (DAI), April is committed to improving laws, policies and practices through sound research, education and advocacy.  The launch of “Let’s Adopt Reform” – an initiative that aims to ignite a national conversation about adoption in the 21st Century in order to highlight what’s working, encourage needed changes and strengthen families. “Let’s Adopt Reform” will include new public opinion research, a four-city national listening tour and a digital platform to capture input and experiences directly from the community. Following the last stop on the listening tour, DAI will publish a landmark report that outlines key elements for reform.

 

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