Oliver is currently working as a lawyer with a government department. He has held previous roles as a Senior Policy and Projects Officer in the domestic and family violence sector with the NSW Government and has been a Manager working in Anti-Discrimination law.
In his time, he advocates for access to services for women, children and people with a disability as well as the homeless. He also volunteers with projects to support victims of domestic and family violence.
He is an Assyrian, fleeing the middle-east as a refugee and starting a new life in Australia and completing his university degrees in Australia. He has managed settlement service projects and is on numerous consultation and advisory councils with local, state and non-government agencies. He is also the founder and Chief Executive Officer of a not for profit organisation where he volunteers his spare time.