Josef Ostyn

Studied history at the university of Ghent. In 1995 he obtains his doctor’s title in history at the Ohio State University, where he also worked as an assistent-editor for the magazine Diplomatic History. In 1996 he comes back to Belgium and starts to work for the Brussels parliament. At the moment he’s Adjunct Chief of Brigitte Grouwels, minister for Brussels Affairs and Equal Opportunities.