Meet The Park

Our Staff

Our team consists of passionate adoptees, siblings, parents, and friends who have a wide array of perspectives that help inform the creation of diverse and accessible programming for national and international communities.

Our Interns & Volunteers

The Park Adoption Community Center fulfills its mission primarily through our incredible, cross-country team of passionate and dedicated interns and volunteers.

Internship Team

The Park relies on our incredible interns to achieve and expand the reach of our support opportunities. To learn more about internship opportunities please visit our careers page.

Graphic Design Interns

Research Interns

Leadership Committee

Leadership Committee is a team of young adult volunteers who dream up invaluable engagement opportunities for the teen and young adult adoptee community and makes them a reality. Guiding the coordination of our conference and retreat events, our committees help bring together adoptees from around the world and share in celebration, inspiration, and pride.

Camp-Conference Committee

Camp-Conference Leadership Committee is a team of high school-aged and young adult adoptee volunteers from across the U.S. and Canada who guide the creation of our two annual summer Adopteen Camp-Conferences for adoptees ages 13+ that take place on college campuses.

2023 Camp-Conference Committee

Beyond Adopteen Committee

Our Beyond Adopteen Committee is an incredible team of passionate adult adoptee volunteers from across the U.S. and Canada dedicated to creating and reimagining new ways to engage, support, and empower the adult adoptee community. Interested in joining their ranks? Let us know!

Chapter Coordinators

Chapter Coordinators volunteer their time and local expertise to guide the research, planning, and facilitation of monthly meet-up opportunities for our adoption community across the U.S. With their year-round dedication, we’re able to provide meaningful and fun adoptee hangouts nationwide.

If you are curious about starting a Regional Chapter in your area, please email Chapter Coordinators must be 18 years or older

AdopTween Mentors

AdopTween Mentors are a core group of volunteers who meet bi-monthly to help guide their tween-aged buddies through activities that strive to celebrate and support positive self-expression and affirmation through engaging and constructive activities built around themes that are important to approach in pre-teen years.

Interested in serving as an AdopTween Mentor? Please email AdopTween Mentors must be 14 years or older.