Claudia Lopez is one of Colombia’s 100 most powerful women, according to Forbes

Every year, in May, Forbes publishes a list of the most powerful women in Colombia. It’s time for the 2023 edition Mayor Claudia Lopez A ranking of metrics that analyze factors related to power management is entered: hard power, which refers to managed resources; The influence or number of people you lead in your different spheres of influence.

Also, dynamic power, which refers to their creative influence, and, of course, dynamic power, which refers to their use of energy to change the environments in which they move.

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The president of Bogotá appeared in the annual ranking along with other female personalities such as The country’s Vice President, Francia MárquezSandra Hinestroza, General Director of HP for Colombia, works with Liliana Restrepo Frisbee’s manager He is also its co-founder.

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On the other hand, there is the famous chef Leonor EspinosaShakira, Carol G., Sofia Vergara, Beatriz Davila of Santo Domingo, entrepreneur and philanthropist. But there is a place for other women who have devoted themselves to politics or government.

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After the Bogotá presidency, they also appeared, Laura Sarabia, current CEO President Gustavo Pedro, Margarita Cabello, Attorney General, Diana Fajardo, President of the Constitutional Court, Irene Welles, Minister of Mines and Energy; among others.

Meyer, according to the paper. Mentioned:

“She is the first woman to reach the post of Mayor of Bogotá. Less than a year after her term, she faced important challenges, including the progress of the Bogotá Metro. She has insisted with the responsible Chinese consortium. Its construction in accordance with the agreements established in the process. Likewise, it reached a new contract for 180 million dollars, which Charged to the second line of the tunnel, where it has the support of the Government.

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