Demographer, Development Data Group, World Bank
Emi Suzuki, Ph.D., is a Demographer at the World Bank. Her areas of interest are demography and health statistics. She has over 11 years experience in World Bank's demographic and health statistics, and currently leads demographic estimation work to maintain, update and improve a comprehensive data set of demographic estimates of both historical and current, and medium-term projections, in strong collaborative partnerships with internal and external teams, including UN Population Division, UNICEF, WHO, and World Bank country units in the regions. The World Bank's focal point in the generation of global, regional and country maternal and child mortality estimates in collaboration with WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, and UN Population Division. Emi holds a PhD in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.