Olivia Peavler received her Bachelor of Natural Humanities and Science from Loyola University New Orleans and her Master of Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Health Management and Policy from Saint Louis University. At Saint Louis University, she worked with the program director to analyze health policy as it relates to community health needs assessments (CHNA) and its implications for not-for-profit healthcare organizations. She also worked with a doctoral candidate to assess community and clinical sources of support as it correlates with survivorship outcomes for African American breast cancer survivors. She joined Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, in 2016 as a business consulting fellow in the Department of Management Engineering & Internal Consulting. Upon completion of her fellowship year, she joined the department as a Health Systems Engineer. In this role, she supports Mayo Clinic’s Center for Connected Care, where she supports system-wide efforts to develop acute telemedicine services and the creation of a mobile application to optimize patient-provider engagement and improve health outcomes.