Emma Borgnäs is a Data and Policy Analyst at IOM’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre in Berlin working mainly on projects related to data and trends analysis on the Central Mediterranean route, Big Data, and children on the move. Prior to joining IOM, Emma was the project coordinator for international migration at the Columbia Global Policy Initiative, where she researched and wrote publications on international migration governance issues. She has helped coordinate various multi-stakeholder events and summits with cross-sector stakeholders at the national and global policy level to develop improved responses to the global migration and refugee challenge, including through the UN-led process to negotiate a Global Compact for Migration. She has also been involved in efforts to advocate and shape cities' and the private sector's role in responding to the migration and refugee challenge. Emma holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University and a Bachelor in International Studies from University of Oslo.