Company News May 6, 2021 4:44 PM
The EPM Board of Directors approved the appointment of three women to the company’s executive team.
Martha Lucía Durán Ortiz, as Executive Vice President of Finance and Investments, Mábel López Segura, as Vice President of Communication and Corporate Relations and María Cristina Toro Restrepo, as General Secretary are the new members of the EPM executive team, according to a press release.
“These appointments are part of EPM’s commitment to gender equality and the access of more women to executive positions,” the company highlighted.
Durán is an Economist from the Universidad del Rosario and a Master’s in Economics from the Universidad Javeriana. She has more than 16 years of experience in structuring project financing, negotiation, monitoring of public credit operations; and monitoring of strategic projects financed by multilateral and second-tier banks.
López is a Social Communicator-Journalist from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, a Lawyer from the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, a Specialist in Administrative Law from the Universidad Autónoma Latinoamericana and a Master’s in Political Studies from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
She has extensive professional experience, among which the managements of Teleantioquia and later of Telemedellín stand out, achieving important results for these channels. She was also a co-founder of Cable Noticias.
Toro is a Lawyer from the University of Caldas, a Specialist in Commercial Law and Tax and Customs Legislation from the same university, and a Specialist in Mining-Energy Law from the Externado de Colombia University.
“EPM welcomes the new directors and wishes them the best of success in the leadership work they assume, in that higher purpose of contributing to the harmony of life for a better world,” the company concluded.