“She is not only a great volunteer, but a leader of volunteers. Olivia truly inspires and encourages others to participate. Her leadership of others leverages her time to enable greater change within our community. At AGS she has raised the commitment of students of all ages to service, at the time mentoring kindness and good behavior on all fronts.”
– Amy Conlee, AGS Internship Program Director
Olivia was named 2011 “Teen Volunteer of the Year” by the National Association of Fundraising Professionals Atlanta Chapter. In addition to founding many service clubs at AGS, Olivia was a leader for Girl Talk and served on their National Teen Advisory Board. She has served at the Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children, worked in the emergency room at Grady Hospital, and tutored at Friends of Refugees in Clarkston and the International Community School. Taking her service abroad, Olivia traveled to Ecuador and Kenya with the CARE Future Leaders Program. A former member of the Varsity swimming and volleyball teams, Olivia also enjoys painting. She sees herself in the medical field working with children.