Transportation Statistics (BTS); she is also a past member of the Committee on National Statistics and the Division of Engineering and Physical Sciences. She is a member of advisory committees at the National Science Foundation, at several statistical agencies, and at universities, and has chaired the advisory committee for BTS. She has received honorary L.L.D. degrees from Carnegie Mellon, Florida International, Harvard, and Rutgers Universities. She is a fellow and past president of the American Statistical Association, a member and past vice president of the International Statistical Institute, an honorary fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, and a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Association of Business Economists. She has a B.A. degree from Rutgers University and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University.

Jack Baker is senior research scientist in the Geospatial and Population Studies Program at the University of New Mexico. Since 2006, he has represented New Mexico in the Federal-State Cooperative Programs on Population Estimates (FSCPE) and Population Projections (FSCPP). He participated extensively in preparations for the 2010 census, with an emphasis on Master Address File improvement efforts including the 2010 Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) program and the 2010 Count Review Program (chairing the FSCPE committee that focused on redesigning this process and as a consultant to the Bureau on use of GIS technology to perform the review). He continues to serve on numerous FSCPE committees. His scientific research focuses primarily on methods for modeling small area populations using incomplete data, geospatial demographic methods, historical demography, and biodemography. He received a B.A. degree from the University of North Dakota and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of New Mexico, all in anthropology.

Warren Brown is senior public service associate and director of the applied demography program at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia; the applied demographic program is charged with providing demographic population estimates and projections for the state of Georgia, in partnership with the state Office of Planning and Budget. Previously, he was director of the Program on Applied Demographics at Cornell University, in which capacity he was responsible for producing population estimates and projections for the state of New York. He has represented New York in the Census Bureau’s Federal-State Cooperative Programs for Population Estimates and Population Projections, serving as chair of the population estimates group. He also served on the Population Association of America’s Committee on Challenges to Population Estimates, Advisory Committee on the Demographic Full Count Review, and Committee on

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