Oliver Kim has over fifteen years of legislative and policy experience at the federal and state level. He spent over a decade working in the US Senate, including eight years as a senior advisor to Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and two as deputy director for the Special Committee on Aging under Chairman Bill Nelson (D-FL).
Over the course of his tenure in the Senate, he has worked on key legislation including, but not limited to, the Medicare Modernization Act, the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization, the Food and Drug Administration Amendments Act, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and the Affordable Care Act.
Oliver has been recognized for his work on aging, children’s health, reproductive health, health financing, and health information technology. He was selected for the Woodrow Wilson foreign policy fellowship, the AcademyHealth Health Policy in Action award, the Hartford Foundation Change AGEnt program, and the American Council of Young Political Leaders’ international exchange program.
He is co-founder of Cross-Border Health, an organization which fosters policy exchanges between the United States, Canada, and other nations, and is also a board member of the Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum.