|Occupation||Chairwoman of the D.C.R.|
|Base of Operations||Washington D.C|
April Gamez is the Chairwoman of the CIA lead branch, the D.C.R. She is in charge of running the organization, as well as personally handling the most sophisticated cases.
She was a regular CIA agent for many years of her life, working mostly with domestic issues. Upon the appearance of Contractors and Dolls with the appearance of the Hell's Gate in Tokyo, Congress created a new branch of the CIA devoted to research the phenomenon as well as to protect the nation from dangerous Contractors both domestic and abroad. To lead this organization, April was chosen due to her wits and skills.
April is a rather short woman with long black hair, and big blue eyes. She wears a suit fitting of a person of her rank and position and matching pants.
April is generally overbearing, if not crude, toward those around her, rarely afraid to speak her mind. April does have a caring side, however, and is not above showing concern for others. She seems to value peace, as she questioned the reasoning of starting a war with Contractors. She is a very serious and pragmatic person who often puts up with her subordinates's silly antics, however, she is extremely respectful of her subordinates and does what she can to secure their safety on missions. She is almost always carrying a heavy book.
In her free time, she likes to go shopping, but even more to read, and often visits the Library of Congress. April is known to be an excellent calculator, a skill very handy, given that she has to do even most of her organization's important paperwork and reports.
- Black Pistol: She is often seen with this weapon on her assignments.
- She was named after the month she was born in.