Yaël Ossowski is a consumer and technology advocate, writer, and syndicated radio host. He is deputy director at the Consumer Choice Center.
Since 2010, he has worked as a journalist, policy analyst, and grassroots organizer in Europe and North America. He was previously Watchdog.org’s Florida Bureau Chief, chief Spanish translator, and national investigative reporter from 2012-2015, and Senior Development Officer at Students For Liberty.
His articles have appeared in The Chicago Tribune, Washington Examiner, La Presse, Le Journal de Montréal, Charlotte Observer, Miami Herald, and more. He has had over 1,000 articles published in newspapers, magazines, and online outlets.
Yaël is co-host of the internationally-syndicated Consumer Choice Radio on Coastal Carolina Network in Wilmington, North Carolina and Sauga 960AM in Toronto, Canada, and a contributor to the Bitcoin podcast and newsletter Fix The Money.
He is also a visiting fellow at the Bitcoin Policy Institute.
He studied at Concordia University in Montréal and the University of Vienna, and received an MA in Philosophy, Politics, Economics (PPE) at the CEVRO Institute in Prague.
Born in Québec and raised in North Carolina, he splits his time between Austria and North Carolina. You can follow his work on Yael.at.