Driscoll spent two years in Tanzania, East Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching community health and working as a field officer for the International Training and Education Center for Health. She moved to Klamath Falls in 2012 and began working for Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services, where she ran both the programs for Tobacco Prevention and Education as well as Maternal and Child Health. Prior to the Blue Zones Project, Driscoll worked for Sky Lakes Medical Center at Klamath-Lake CARES. In her free time, Driscoll enjoys being active and spending time outdoors with her family.