Is there little female leadership in Colombia?

According to & # 39; a work published by a specialized portal of economy, it is confirmed It is a reality that "small" female leadership is led by organizations and trade unions.

For example, of the 21 that form the Gremial Council, it's a group of the most influential private associations in Colombia, Only three are chaired by women: Camacol; Asofiduciarias and Acopi.

In data This is a broad statistical sample, Looking at the Colombian labor pyramid, the female presence decreases as the hierarchy progresses.

In the Colombian company Adsmovil they highlighted the results of better positioning in the market; thanks to the participation of the female leadership in its directive. In a statement they assured it The keys to success are: behind the limiting mentality and trivialities such as the schedule or workplace.

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"A recent study by KPMG confirms that 100% of Colombians working in the country can only place 7% in a legal position," explains Isabella Gandini, of law firm Norton Rose Fulbright.

according to Catalyst information, the companies that have the "command" women a return on investment 26% greater than that. The center of thought and gender ensures that stocks tend to have better value in the stock market, including productivity-related benefits.

However, the numbers still speak for themselves, and despite the "controversial" that may be the subject; meet women with more leadership in Colombia:

1. Ángela Montoya, president of Acolgen: Business Administrator who had relevant positions in the public and private sectors. She was 16-year-old general manager / CEO of Publicaciones Semana and held her first public position as director of the commercial office of Proexport in the United States. She was the Minister of Communications for 2 years.

Started with the first Country Image campaign in Colombia by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Proexport Leading Colombia for 3 years is Pasión. Now it is the "head" of the Colombian Electric Power Generators Association, accounting for 94% of Colombia's electricity generation.

Ángela Montoya, president of Acolgen. Photo: Twitter.

2. Paula Cortés, president of the Association of Travel and Tourism Managers (Anato): He began as a member of the Board of Directors of the Chapter of Anato.

She is the youngest woman to hold the position of president of the Association, and in fact she is the second to lead the board. The first was Sara Ordoñez in 1982.

She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the Externado University of Colombia and specialized in Senior Management, hence she gained the knowledge to accept the management positions she was in.

Paula Cortés, president of the Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (Anato). Photo: Twitter.

3. Sandra Forero, Chair of the Colombian Chamber of Construction (Camacol): She is a graduate of the Universidad Piloto de Colombia, specializing in CEAA Urban Architecture and Public Operations Meeting.

It did extensive experience and preparation in the guild working She started her career in Camacol since 2006. There she was as Director of Territorial Development in the Ministry of Environment, Housing and Territorial Development, then president of the National Professional Council of Architecture and Auxiliaries.

In the organization, they hold regional offices, at least 18 more women. This is the one with the most feminine leadership at the & # 39; command & # 39; of construction sectors.

Sandra Forero, President of the Colombian Chamber of Construction (Camacol). Photo: Twitter.

4. Ximena Tapias, President of the Colombian Union of Advertising Companies (Ucep): He held positions in various sectors, both public and private, nationally and internationally.

She was the secretary of the Faculty of Law of the Universidad del Rosario, Deputy Minister of Communications and Ministerial Council and Minister of the Embassy of Colombia to the United States.

He is a lawyer at Universidad del Rosario with a specialization in comparative law from the University of Paris II and private law studies at the same university. In addition, he speaks fluently three languages; English, Spanish and French.

Ximena Tapias, President of the Colombian Union of Advertising Companies (Ucep). Photo: Twitter.

5. Marta Lucía Ramírez, Vice President of the Republic: She is the first woman to take public office. He is studying right at the Universidad Javeriana, and has a specialization in commercial law from the same university. He also holds a postgraduate degree in financial law from Universidad de los Andes and a specialization in Inhaled High Business Management.

She was director of the Incomex between 1990 and 1991, Deputy Foreign Trade Minister Juan Manuel Santos, Foreign Trade Minister for Pastrana's Government and Ambassador to France between February and July 2002.

It was the first woman to become minister of defense, a position she held until 2003.

Marta Lucía Ramírez, Vice President of the Republic. Photo: Twitter.

Willmary Montilla – Colombia.com

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