"I'm joining Buckley School at an exciting moment in their development history," he says. "Two thousand thirteen marks the kickoff of their Centennial Capital Campaign which will help to fund the physical expansion of the school's facilities, including the renovation of two new townhouses in Manhattan's Upper East Side which will be dedicated to arts and science classroom space."
Oliveria found this position through collaboration with Carney Sandoe which is a placement firm working with independent primary and secondary schools. The Buckley School was founded in 1913 as a boys' elementary school and today provides a curriculum from kindergarten through ninth grade.
Oliveria graduated with a B.A. in architecture and English from Hobart College. While a student, he was a member of the Hobartones and served two terms as the chief of alumni affairs for Chi Phi where he worked on cultivating and expanding alumni involvement and alumni giving. He also worked with Associate Dean of Hobart College Chip Capraro on researching, compiling and writing a comprehensive history of Hobart and William Smith. He provided the Hobart student address during Commencement ceremonies this past May, reminding fellow graduates of the importance of place in their lives.