Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau is head of the cabinet (chief of staff) of European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes, responsible for the European digital agenda, after having served as advisor and deputy. Before joining the cabinet Constantijn was head of the information policy and economics team at RAND Europe, and head of the Brussels office of the RAND Corporation. He also worked as an associate analyst for Booz Allen Hamilton in London (2001-2003), as a trainee at the International Finance Corporation in Washington DC (2000), and as cabinet member of Commissioner Van de Broek at the European Commission (1995-1999). Constantijn also advised the Dutch foreign ministry on European communication strategy (2003-2010), and holds a number of board positions in charitable foundations in the Netherlands. He has master degrees in law from Leiden University (1995) and in business administration from INSEAD at Fontainebleau (2000).