Eva Weissman is a health economist with over 15 years of experience working for the UN with a focus on costing and financial and economic analysis of family planning, maternal and child health programs in developing countries. Prior to becoming an independent consultant a few years ago, she was Chief Health Economist for the UN Population Fund (UNFPA). Other organizations she has worked for or is currently consulting for include WHO, USAID, UNICEF, the Millennium Project, the World Bank, the Guttmacher Institute and the Population Council.
Before starting at the UN she worked in investment banking for Deutsche Bank in New York and Mexico City. She holds a Masters degree in Economics and Chinese from Tübingen University, Germany and a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University.