Dr. April Carter, 39, is an award-winning physician and business owner whose commitment to her profession extends far beyond the formal training she received during schooling. Carter believes in compassionate care for all and has spearheaded countless events offering free preventive care and resources to those who have no access. Carter is a truly selfless member of the healthcare community who subscribes to the idea of “Carpe Diem” in her everyday life.
What impact do you hope to leave on the world?
I hope to make a truly meaningful difference in the lives of others. Whether it’s through my work, relationships or contributions to causes I care about, I want to inspire and empower people to lead happier, more fulfilling lives.
What is the biggest obstacle you’ve had to overcome?
Overcoming imposter syndrome has been a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance. I’ve had to learn to recognize my own worth, capabilities, and accomplishments despite the negative narratives that sometimes surround me. These obstacles have made me stronger and more committed to advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of life.
What do you think has contributed most to your success in life?
My success in life can be attributed to the unwavering support of my family and mentors, my dedication to continuous learning and my ability to persevere through challenges. These factors have collectively propelled me forward and enabled me to achieve my goals