Alison Plavchak is an Occupational Therapist who works with high school students with special needs. Prior to becoming an OT, she worked for a year with underserved populations as an AmeriCorps Vista member in the Consumer Protection division of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General.
Alison attended the University of South Carolina where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. She is a die hard South Carolina Gamecock! She graduated with her Masters of Occupational Therapy from the University of Indianapolis.
Although adopted at birth, Alison has only recently become active in the adoption community. She attended the inaugural Indiana Adoptee Network conference in Bloomington, Indiana in April of 2017. By attending the conference, Alison was able to utilize resources and make invaluable connections to help her on her adoption journey. This positive experience led Alison to take on her current role as membership director of the Indiana Adoptee Network. Shortly after attending the IAN conference, Alison was reunited with her birth family, and is currently enjoying her two families.