Olivia Draper, EdM

Project Manager

Olivia Draper, an experienced coordinator, researcher, and instructional designer, offers expertise in health equity, child development, caregiver-child interactions, and qualitative research methods. Her comprehensive understanding of cross-functional collaboration, curriculum development, and research design yields high-quality outcomes for the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program. 

Draper is the project manager for the HV CoIIN. She is also the universal technical assistance (TA) lead for the MIECHV Innovation TA Center. Prior to EDC, Draper worked at Harvard University as a research associate for the Democratic Knowledge Project and the XMedia Lab.  

Draper holds an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, as well as certificates in public health and statistical analysis from Imperial College London. Draper is also a trained birth doula and working to complete her certification through DONA International.