Oliver has nearly two decades of legislative and policy experience, including a decade of experience on Capitol Hill, serving for eight years as a senior adviser to Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and then as deputy director for the Special Committee on Aging under Chairman Bill Nelson (D-FL). Over the course of his tenure in the Senate, he has worked on key issues such as Medicare, Medicaid, prescription drugs, health information technology, nutrition, and social services.
Oliver is an independent consultant and an adjunct law professor for the University of Pittsburgh, and previously he was the federal affairs director of Cambia Health Solutions. Additionally, he was selected for the Fulbright Scholar award to Canada, an Endeavour award from the Australian Department of Education, the AcademyHealth Health Policy in Action award, and the American Council of Young Political Leaders’ exchange program. He currently serves on the boards of the Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum and the DC-area Planned Parenthood advocacy council.