Jorgen joined The Yellow House after having worked for more than a decade at UNICEF, where he supervised the team responsible for demand planning and long-range forecasting of 2.5 billion vaccine doses annually and ensured uninterrupted supply of vaccines to nearly half the world’s children in approximately 100 countries. Jorgen has an extensive background in data analysis for decision making, including internal and external reporting and developing and monitoring a Balanced Scorecard. He has also engaged in the demand quantification processes of emergency supplies for the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to UNICEF, Jorgen worked at PWC where he supported financial audits of large multinational corporations and their foreign subsidiaries. Jorgen is passionate about facilitating data-driven decision making on global public health issues.