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HE CÉCILE JODOGNE

Secretary of State for Foreign Trade & Investment for the Brussels-Capital Region and Minister of the French Community Commission in charge of Civil Service and Health Policy

Born on 1st April 1964 in Leuven

  • Master's degree in Geographic sciences (UCL)
  • Master's degree in Economic sciences (UCL)
  • Secretary of State for the Brussels-Capital Region, in charge of Foreign Trade and Firefighting and Emergency Medical Assistance
  • Minister, Member of the Board of the French Community Commission (COCOF), in charge of Civil Service and Health Policy
  • Deputy Mayor of Schaerbeek (Brussels)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

  • 1989-1991: Research and Teaching Assistant at Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL)
  • 1992-1995: Advisor for the Secretary of State for the Brussels-Capital Region in charge of Monuments and Sites.
  • 1995-2000: Director – Cabinet of Deputy Mayor of Schaerbeek Bernard Clerfayt
  • 2001-2006: Local Councillor – Schaerbeek
  • 2001-2003: Project & Communication Manager at M-Brussels Village (the Brussels ICT Business Centre)
  • 2004-2006: Director of « Maison Autrique », the first striking building designed by Victor Horta 
  • Since 2006: Deputy Mayor in charge of spatial planning, urbanism, environment, tourism and property
  • 2008-December 2011: Mayor of Schaerbeek
  • Since 2008: Teaching assistant at University of Brussels (ULB) – architecture faculty
  • 2009-2014: Member of the Parliament of the Brussels-Capital Region
  • Since 2014: Secretary of State for the Brussels-Capital Region, in charge of Foreign Trade & Investment, Firefighting and Emergency Medical Assistance & Minister, Member of the Board of the French Community Commission (COCOF), in charge of Civil Service and Health Policy
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