Executive Director and Founder
Olivia is an 18-year-old incoming freshman at Harvard University. Besides Olivia's passion for bettering the lives of kids with cancer, she is eager to help her community through her role as SGA President at her school. Olivia also loves learning about business and economics, pursuing her interests in that field through school clubs. She enjoys traveling, writing, and spending time outdoors with her friends. Olivia also enjoys reading leadership books and participating in workshops to grow her skillsets. Her career aspirations include speaking at leadership/health conferences, mentoring teens to start their own nonprofits, and founding a company advancing telehealth in cancer care to low-income communities.
Olivia hopes CKF's programs can one day be implemented in every pediatric cancer center throughout the nation, gaining a reputation for being able to efficiently assist pediatric patients. She also hopes to continue uniting teens all over the world to join in on the mission to normalize the childhoods of kids with cancer.
Nidhi is a sophomore at McLean High School. She loves helping others, actively volunteering at SHARE and participating in McDance-a-Thon, a club helping kids at the National Children's Hospital in DC. Nidhi plays field hockey and enjoys spending time with friends and family. Nidhi's other hobbies include tennis and running. She is always ready and attentive, and loves being apart of Cancer Kids First's mission.