1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 220
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: (202) 789-1050
Fax: (202) 789-1895
oluzzi@ceph.org

Olivia received her Master of Public Health degree in health services administration from East Tennessee State University. She received her BA in English, with a concentration in rhetoric and writing, from Pennsylvania State University.

At CEPH, her primary responsibility is to oversee and carry out all needed tasks to ensure that the accreditation review process for schools and programs proceeds smoothly. This includes coordinating site visits, corresponding with school/program constituents and volunteer site visitors and writing and editing site team reports. She provides technical assistance to inquirer, applicant and accredited schools/programs on CEPH criteria interpretation and procedures and provides information to members of the public on accreditation and accredited public health programs. Olivia provides detailed consultation to schools and programs and assists with developing training materials and conducting training sessions for schools/programs and site visitors.

Before joining CEPH, Olivia worked as a project coordinator in the department of health services management and policy at East Tennessee State University (ETSU), where she assisted in the development and launch of a statewide survey of contraceptive practices and policies for the external evaluation team for South Carolina’s Choose Well Initiative. Olivia also served as a graduate assistant in the department of health services management and policy at ETSU, focusing on rural health disparities, particularly those in the Central Appalachian region, and assisted in grant writing, data analysis and manuscript writing and editing. Olivia previously helped The Resource Center, a not-for-profit organization that provides supports to individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities, in its accreditation endeavors.