Don Ceder is a Dutch lawyer and politician, serving as a member of the House of Representatives since the 2021 general election.
He studied law at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam starting at age seventeen and earned his Master of Laws degree in 2013. After this, he founded a company with his cousin but left in 2015 to start his own law practice. He won a seat in the Amsterdam municipal council three years later as a member of the political party Christian Union.
Ceder was born on 20 October 1989 in the Dutch capital Amsterdam to a Surinamese father and a Ghanaian mother. He attended the secondary school Sint-Nicolaaslyceum at the gymnasium level. Before, he had been a member of the Labour Party for a short period.
Next to his job as a lawyer and politician, Ceder is a reservist in the Royal Dutch Army, where he is a second lieutenant. In the House, he is on the Committees for Digital Affairs, for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, for the Interior, and for Kingdom Relations.