Florida native Olivia London brings ten years of public health experience and community-engaged service to her role at the Foundation. As grants and program administrator, Olivia helps capture and ensure the community impact of the Foundation’s grants and programs. Olivia works closely with our funded partners and the Foundation team to make sure our projects and grants run smoothly and are compliant with Foundation policy and IRS regulations. She also helps manage data across platforms and streamlines processes to maximize the potential of our technology solutions.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Olivia served as the director of advocacy and prevention at Eckerd College, where she provided confidential advocacy support to students impacted by abuse, facilitated education on topics related to violence prevention, served as an advisor for students in the Racial Justice Fellowship program, and led an interdisciplinary workgroup advancing best practices in mental health, substance use recovery, wellness, and violence prevention.
She is an experienced grant writer and program administrator, passionate about anti-racism and public health and skilled in data management, technical assistance, and reporting.
Olivia holds a bachelor’s degree in writing from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University.