Alison Dumler was born and raised in Loveland, CO. She received her Master’s in Clinical Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. Throughout her 20s, she lived, studied and worked with various faith based ministries in London, England as well as being a house mom in an orphanage in Guatemala. She is currently the mental health therapist and advisor for Aims Community College- Loveland campus.
For 5 years she worked with a local domestic violence shelter and advocacy center that assisted survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, victims of crime and human trafficking. During that time she was a part of the Larimer Anti-Trafficking Community Response Team and helped to develop education, seminars, and recovery programs to assist Northern Colorado efforts against human trafficking.
She is married and has three step children and a baby girl on the way. Her fur children include a sweet St Bernard named Fizzy and a mischievous cat named Gus. She enjoys hiking, sprint triathlons, spending time with her family, food of any kind (except lima beans), coffee and traveling.