KGHP Board Member
Oliver is completing a PhD at King’s College London, where he has researched leadership by health professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa. He is also an honorary researcher at Wits University in South Africa.
Oliver studied Medicine at King’s and International Health at UCL. He helped to establish the global health teaching programmes at King’s and was recruited by Lord Crisp to be the first Policy Director for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health.
From 2013-2015 he was the founding Director of the King’s Sierra Leone Partnership, during which time he was involved in the country’s Ebola response. He subsequently worked for Africa Health Placements in South Africa on the recruitment of doctors to work in rural government hospitals.