Oliver has over fifteen years of health policy experience at the federal and state level. During his decade as a senior advisor to two U.S. Senators and the legislative director for one of the nation’s largest safety-net providers, he worked on several critical initiatives such as the Affordable Care Act, the Medicare Modernization Act, and the American Revitalization and Recovery Act. He has spoken at international health conferences and was selected for the Woodrow Wilson foreign policy fellowship and an AcademyHealth health policy award.


Dani has worked in health policy and government relations in Canada and the United States for over a decade. Prior to founding her own practice, Magnet Strategy Group, Dani served in senior roles with two government relations consulting firms, one in Washington, D.C., and the other in Ottawa, Ontario. She serves on the business advisory board at Bloom Burton & Co., a healthcare investment advisory firm in Toronto, and Health Scholar in Residence at the World Health Innovation Network, within the Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor.