Our Team

April Ramos

Meetings Manager

April Ramos serves as a Meetings Manager at SAM, where she works with partner organization volunteer leaders to plan and execute conferences and meetings. She joined the SAM team in 2024 with a rich background in strategic partnerships and event management. Her ability to leverage her skills to drive success is why she thrives in dynamic environments—like SAM—that value innovation and collaboration.

Previously, April served Texas PTA as the strategic partnerships and events management for two years. In that role, she fostered impactful collaborations and orchestrated memorable events, where exhibit hall revenue grew year over year under her management.

April earned her bachelor's degree in multidisciplinary studies from The University of Texas at El Paso. Her past experience also includes serving as an executive assistant at 360training.com for 3 years, where she honed her organizational and administrative skills.

Born and raised in El Paso, April moved to Austin in 2018 to embrace new opportunities and challenges.

Family: My two kids and our fur baby.

Outside of work, I love... spending time with my friends and family exploring the city and going on hiking adventures. 

My workplace superpower is... time management. I enjoy organizing and prioritizing tasks to meet deadlines. 

Assessments: Analyzer (Predictive Index)

What inspires me about working with associations: I'm excited about diving into the world of associations for the prospect of professional development. It's not just about the run-of-the-mill career growth—it's about immersing myself in a vibrant learning environment where possibilities are diverse, and growth isn't a checkbox but a dynamic journey. 

My passions and skills: I'm detail-oriented with a passion in developing a plan to keep track of things to ensure tasks are completed in accordance to quality standards. 

Favorite SAM core value: Champion growth. This goes beyond just achieving organizational goals; it extends to the development and fulfillment of the people within the organization.