Olivia Paige has focused her career on providing education programs that empower emerging leaders to create multi-disciplinary solutions to health and social problems.
Before joining CSI, Olivia spent three years at the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford University, where she led global health education programs, including courses, events, and international clinical experience programs. Before coming to Stanford, Olivia was an ORISE Fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emergency Response and Recovery Branch.
Olivia has experience leading and designing community-based participatory research projects and has partnered with organizations in Haiti, India, and her home city of Atlanta, GA. She has volunteered with local and international non-profits in education access, girls leadership, reproductive rights, and refugee health.
Olivia earned a BS from Berry College and an MPH from Emory University, where she focused on global reproductive health.