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==Career History==
Ms. Kroes worked as an Assistant Professor for six years at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands. She served as Board Member of ZwaTra, a transportation business owned by her family.<ref>[http://www.elsevier.nl/web/10148316/Biografieen/Eurocommissarissen/Neelie-Kroes.htm Neelie Kroes Biography, Elsevier.nl]</ref> She began her political career in 1970 after being elected as one of the Councilors of the Rotterdam Municipal Council. In 1971, she was elected as Representative to the Dutch Parliament. She served as Minister for Transport, Public Works and Telecommunication in from 1982-to 1989. Ms. Kroes also worked in the private sector. From 1991 to 2000, she was appointed president of the Nyenrode University. She also served as Board Member of Lucent Technologies, Volvo, and P&O Nedlloyd. Prior to her current position as Vice President for of the Digital Agenda for Europe, she was Commissioner for Competition for the [[European Commission until ]], from 2004 to 2009.<ref>[http://ec.europa.eu/commission_2010-2014/kroes/about/cv/index_en.htm CV Neelie Kroes]</ref>
==Charity Work==

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