Eri YoshimuraSenior Manager, Health and Global Policy Institute
Originally from Kagoshima Prefecture. Eri Yoshimura graduated from Keio University with a BA in Law (Political Science). After graduating, she started her career at a Japanese medical device company. She then worked as a strategy consultant at a US based IT company in Japan. She provided global logistics consulting services for Japanese manufacturing companies in areas such as business process standardization and supply chain transformation. As a Rotary Foundation Global Scholar, she graduated from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) with a MS in Global Health. During her masters at UCSF, Eri focused on maternal and child health, and conducted field work in Sulawesi, Indonesia. After graduating from UCSF, she joined Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI) in 2016. Eri led global health related projects including Access to Medicine and Antimicrobial Resistance. She has also planned and managed several projects on dementia, such as promoting public-private-partnerships in dementia and collaborating with the World Dementia Council (WDC) in research. Eri additionally plans, manages, and implements health policy related projects in Kanagawa Prefecture and is also engaged with global educational programs for future public health leaders.