Marjorie S. Greenberg (ex-officio - Advisor to the Board)
Marjorie Greenberg retired in 2013 from National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Center for Disease Control and Prevention, US Department of Health and Human Services, where she served as Chief of the Classifications and Public Health Data Standards Staff. After joining NCHS in 1982, she served as Executive Secretary to the National Committee on the Vital and Health Statistics (1997-2013). Greenberg was Head of the Collaborating Center for the WHO Family of International Classifications (WHO-FIC) for North America (1996-2013), co-chaired the WHO-FIC Network Council (2007-2011), and chaired the WHO-FIC Education Committee (1999-2010).
Greenberg was an ex-officio member of the Joint Collaboration with the International Federation of Health Records Organization (now IFHIMA) and served on the Revision Steering Group for the development of the eleventh revision of International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems. She is a founding member of the Public Health Data Standards Consortium, which has represented interests of public health and health services research in data standards setting processes since 1999. Her broad areas of interest and expertise include health data standardization, uniform health data sets, health classifications, training and education, data policy development, and evaluation policy; Greenberg has written and spoken extensively on these subjects.