Board

April Elliot

April is an attorney at WilmerHale LLP in Washington, DC where she focuses on securities enforcement and investigation matters.  From 2015 until January 2017, she served as a senior advisor to the Assistant Secretary for International Markets and Development and then as the Under Secretary for International Affairs at the US Department of the Treasury. April attended her first CASC conference at UCSB in 1998. She served as the CASC Region 12 President for San Diego and Imperial Counties as well as the CASC Board of Directors from 1999-2000.  She served as a counselor, gamma, assistant director, and camp director during and following her undergraduate studies at U.C. Berkeley.  After completing her J.D. at Berkeley, she again served on the CASC Board from 2011-2013 and has served on the National Leadership Institute Board since 2013.

 

Dr. Luis Rios

Dr. Rios is a physician holding board certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery. He received the Volunteer Award from the American Society of Plastic Surgery, the Plastic Surgery Foundation’s Maliniac Award, and the 2012 Outstanding Faculty Member Award from the Regional Academic Health Center. He also holds a B.A. from Harvard University and an M.D. from Southwestern Medical School.

 

 

Meghan Prout

Meghan found out early in life if you start building up the people, the results will follow. Graduating from Chapman University in Orange, CA with a B.A. in psychology and a minor in Leadership and Organizational Studies only deepened her passion for cultural development within organizations. For over 13 years, she has facilitated and directed domestic and international leadership programs for student leaders, at-risk youth, community leaders, aesthetic plastic surgeons, public safety professionals, and students and young adults from the United States, Egypt, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Russia, Pakistan, and China. She traveled to the United Kingdom, China, and Egypt as a leadership facilitator and program director, emphasizing the development of both personal awareness and leadership skill. Professionally, she is a Performance Leader with Frontline Performance Group consulting in sales and service with various hotels within the Hawaiian Islands. Her passion for leadership development goes hand in hand with her passion for people. Because without effective leaders, an organization can only be as strong as their lowest-performing employee. In her free time, Meghan is a certified Bar Method instructor, teaching bare fitness classes while encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle.