We publish the resumes of Board members, the General Manager and the Corporate Auditor, thereby complying with the transparency policies set out in the Company’s Corporate Governance Code.

Board of Directors March 2018 - 2028

Our regular General Meeting of Shareholders, which was held on March 22, 2018 in Medellín, elected its Board of Directors for the statutory period of ten years, from March 2018 to March 2028, and thus its members are now as follows:

  • 1° Seat
     

    Orlando Cabrales Segovia | Primary

    Education

    • Lawyer of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
    • Master in Philosophy, Boston College.

    Professional experience

    • Vice-Minister of Energy of the Ministry of Mines and Energy.
    • President of the National Hydrocarbon Agency.
    • Legal Affairs Vice-President for Latin America, Legal Director, Senior Lawyer, Executive Advisor of the Presidency and Political Analyst of BP Energy Company Colombia.
    • Legal Advisor for Ecopetrol.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Malterías de Colombia, Aluminio Reynolds S.A., Astilleros Vikingos, Oleoducto Central (Ocensa), Corporación Excelencia en la Justicia y Casa Editorial El Tiempo, ISA, Cenit and ISAGEN.

    Jorge Humberto Botero Angulo | Alternate

    Education

    • Lawyer of the Universidad de Antioquia.

    Professional experience

    • Executive President of FASECOLDA.
    • Executive Director of the World Bank Group.
    • Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism.
    • President of ASOBANCARIA.
    • Founder and President of ASOFONDOS.
    • President of Banco Cafetero.
    • Legal Secretary to the President of the Republic.
    • Legal Affairs Vice President of the Asociación Nacional de Industriales (ANDI).
    • Advisor to the Board of Directors of Banco Davivienda.
    • Advisor to the Steering Committee of the Excelencia de la Justicia Corporation.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Banco Cafetero, Banco de Colombia, Corporación de Ahorro y Vivienda Colmena, Bancoldex, Instituto de Fomento Industrial, Proexport, Empresa de Energía de Bogotá, Empresas Públicas de Medellín, Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogotá, Compas, Operadores Portuarios, CPKP and ISAGEN.

  • 2° Seat
     

    Juan Carlos Esguerra Portocarrero | Primary

    Education

    • Lawyer of the Universidad Javeriana.
    • Specialist in Socioeconomic Sciences of the Universidad Javeriana.
    • Master in Law of Cornell University, United States.

    Professional experience

    • Minister of the Interior and Justice.
    • Ambassador of Colombia to the United States of America.
    • National Defense Minister.
    • Associate Judge of Colombia's Constitutional Court and Council of State.
    • Delegate to the National Assembly.
    • Ad Hoc Judge for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
    • Vice Minister and General Secretary of Communications.
    • Professor for the Law departments of various universities.
    • Registered member of the Colombian Academy of Jurisprudence.
    • Partner at the firm Esguerra Barrera Arriaga.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Mapfre Seguros Generales de Colombia, Mapfre Colombia Vida Seguros, Chubb de Colombia Compañía de Seguros S.A., Instituto Nacional de Radio y Televisión (INRAVISIÓN), Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones S.A. and ISAGEN.

    Luz Helena Sarmiento Villamizar | Alternate

    Education

    • Geologist of the Universidad Industrial de Santander.
    • Specialist in Conflict Resolution of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
    • Master of Environmental Assessment and Management of the Universidad Sergio Arboleda.
    • Master of Development Practices and Management of the Universidad de los Andes.
    • Specialist in Disaster Relieve and Prevention of the Universidad Sergio Arboleda.

    Professional experience

    • Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development.
    • General Director of the National Authority of Environmental Licenses (ANLA).
    • Director of the Ministry of the Environment, Housing and Territorial Development.
    • Socio-environmental consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
    • Head of the Coal Division of Cerrejón.
    • Director of External Relations for Ecopetrol.
    • Occupational Health Manager for Termo Santander.
  • 3° Seat
     

    Jerry Divoky | Primary

    Education

    • Master of Business Administration - MBA- of the University of British Columbia.
    • Bachelor of Arts in Economics of the University of Victoria.
    • Head of the CFA Institute, as Certified Financial Analyst.

    Professional experience

    • Senior Portfolio Manager of the infrastructure group at British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC) in Canada.
    • Supervisor of private investing in infrastructure assets, mainly through direct investments.
    • Worked in investment banking in Europe, mainly on topics of energy infrastructure acquisition in the region.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    He has been an alternate member of Transelec Norte S.A. and Transelec S.A.

    Timothy Keeling | Alternate

    Education

    • MBA from the University of Queens.
    • B.Sc. de la Universidad de Bath.

    Professional experience

    • Principal in the infrastructure group in British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC) in Canada.
    • Over 10 years of experience in finance in Europe and Latin America, focused on leveraged finance and infrastructure transactions.
  • 4° Seat
     

    Rafael Miranda | Primary

    Education

    • Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Engineering of Universidad de Comillas, Madrid.
    • Master of Quantitative Management Methods of the EOI Business School.

    Professional experience

    • Chairman of Acerinox S.A.
    • Chairman of Hispania Activos Inmobiliarios S.A.
    • Chairman of Honor de Eurelectric, the European Electricity Association.
    • Chairman of the Association for the Progress of Management (APD, for the Spanish original).
    • Chairman of the Social Council of Universidad de Burgos.
    • Chairman of the Spanish Council of INSEAD Business School.
    • Board Member of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
    • Former Board Member of Enersis.
    • Former Director General and Chief Executive Officer of Endesa España.
    • Former Chairman of the Endesa Foundation.

    Sachin Shah | Alternate

    Education

    • Bachelor of Arts in Trade of the University of Toronto, Canadá.
    • Member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CPA, CA).

    Professional experience

    • Senior Managing Partner of Brookfield Asset Management.
    • Chairman of Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.
    • Supervisor of the Renewable Energy Group on the global level.
  • 5° Seat
     

    Richard Legault | Primary

    Education

    • Accountant of the University of Quebec
    • Member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CPA, CA).

    Professional experience

    • Senior Managing Partner of Brookfield Asset Management.
    • Chairman of Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.
    • Supervisor of the platform of companies for the generation of renewable energy and electrical public utilities of Brookfield.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Chairman of the Board of Transelec S.A., Board Member of the CD Howe Institute, QG100 and member of the Investment Committee and the Steering Committee of Brookfield Health and Safety.

    Eduardo Salgado | Alternate

    Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and General Systems Theory of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Mexico.
    • Master of Business Administration - MBA of Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

    Professional experience

    • Senior Vice President of the group of Mergers and Acquisitions of Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.
    • Supervisor of investment activities in renewable energy and advisor of the asset management and operations teams.
    • Alternate member of the Board of Directors of the Empresa de Energía de Boyacá (EBSA) in Colombia and ISAGEN.
  • 6° Seat
     

    Carlos David Castro | Primary

    Education

    • Industrial Engineer of Universidad de Los Andes.
    • MSc in Finance of the London Business School.

    Professional experience

    • Senior Vice President of Brookfield Infrastructure Group.
    • Manager of Brookfield for Colombia.
    • Alternate Director of Sociedad Concesionaria Vespucio Norte Express S.A.
    • Former Chief Financial Officer of Colombian companies Carulla Vivero S.A. and Corpacero S.A.
    • Worked at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Washington D.C. and Sao Paulo.
    • Principal member of the Board of Directors of Empresa de Energía de Boyacá (EBSA) in Colombia.

    Jennifer Mazin | Alternate

    Education

    • Attorney of the University of Toronto, Canadá.

    Professional experience

    • Senior Vice President and General Counsellor of Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.
    • Legal Director of Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.
    • Supervisor of the legal affairs of the renewable energy group, including transactional activity, corporate governance and public reporting.
  • 7° Seat
     

    Harry Goldgut | Primary

    Education

    • Attorney -LL.B- of Osgoode Hall Law School of the University of Toronto, Canadá.

    Professional experience

    • Senior Managing Partner of Brookfield Asset Management.
    • Chairman of the Group of Energy and Public Utilities.
    • Active agent in the restructuring of the electric power industry in Ontario, Canada, for which he has been a Member of the Government Committee of Electricity Market Design, the Energy Advisory Committee, the Clean Energy Work Group and the Ontario Board of Energy.

    Wyatt Hartley | Alternate

    Education

    • Bachelor of Science from Queen´s University.

    Professional experience

    • Chief Financial Officer of Brookfield Renewable Partners.
    • Member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA, CA).
    • Former Chief Financial Officer of Brookfield Infrastructure Groups' American operations.
    • Former Chief Financial Officer of Acadian Timber Corp.
  • Board of Directors Committees
     

    We have now established the Audit and Risk Committee, which is a standing committee of the Board of Directors.

    Committee

    • Orlando Cabrales Segovia
    • Juan Carlos Esguerra Portocarrero
    • Richard Legault
    • Carlos David Castro
    • Harry Goldgut

     

    • Jorge Humberto Botero Angulo
    • Luz Helena Sarmiento Villamizar
    • Eduardo Salgado
    • Jennifer Mazin

    Main responsibilities

    • Corporate Control System
    • Corporate Risks
    • External Control Entities
    • Monitoring and Evaluation of Financial Results
    • Other Legal Matters
     

    The designation period is 10 years, the same as that of the Board of Directors, even though they can be appointed and removed freely at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

  • Chief Executive Officer
     

    Camilo Marulanda López

    Camilo Marulanda López

    Education

    • Bachelor of Economics, Universidad de los Andes.
    • Specialization in Marketing, Universidad de los Andes
    • Master of Business Administration (MBA), Universidad de los Andes.

    Professional experience

    • Chairman of Ashmore CAF AM Management Company.
    • Executive Vice-President of Ecopetrol.
    • Chairman of CENIT, hydrocarbon transport and logistics.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Frontera Energy, Canadian oil company.

  • Chief Energy Generation Projects Officer
     

    Adolfo Fehrmann Espinosa

    Adolfo Fehrmann Espinosa

    Education

    • Degree in Civil Engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Cum Laude.
    • Management of Hydro Power Development from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, SwedPower AB, Stockholm, Sweden.
    • Master in Business Administration with an emphasis in Project Management from Universidad EAFIT.

    Professional experience

    • Manager of the Sogamoso Hydroelectric Power Plant Project (820 MW) for ISAGEN.
    • Director of the Amoyá River, La Esperanza Hydroelectric Power Plant Project (80 MW) for ISAGEN.
    • Director of the Calderas Hydroelectric Power Plant Restoration Project (26 MW) for ISAGEN.
    • Director of the Guarinó River Diversion Project for ISAGEN.
    • Director of the Manso River Diversion Project for ISAGEN.
    • Foreman of the Miel I Hydroelectric Power Plant Project (396 MW) for HIDROMIEL S.A.
    • Technical Director of the Miel I Hydroelectric Power Plant Project (396 MW) for HIDROMIEL S.A.
  • Chief Energy Generation Operations Officer
     

    Diego León González Ochoa

    Diego León González Ochoa

    Education

    • Degree in Civil Engineering from the Escuela de Ingeniería de Antioquia.
    • Specialist in Finance from the Universidad EAFIT.
    • Specialist in Industrial Organization and Economy Regulation from the Universidad EAFIT.
    • Management Degree from the Universidad EAFIT.
    • Master in Business Administration from the Universidad EAFIT.

    Professional experience

    • Energy Business Development Manager at ISAGEN.
    • Finance Manager at Mercado XM.
    • Finance Team Coordinator at ISA.
    • Management and Finance Manager at Proinsa S.A.
    • Technical Manager at SIC Ltda.

    Experience on Boards of Directors

    Program for Development and Peace in Magdalena Medio and Program for Development and Peace in Eastern Antioquia (Prodepaz).

  • Chief Energy Generation Market Officer
     

    Luis Fernando Londoño Mejía

    Luis Fernando Londoño Mejía

    Education

    • Communication/Journalism degree from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
    • Specialist in Economy from the Universidad de Los Andes.
    • Specialist in Human Management from the EAFIT University.
    • Master in Education from the Universidad Surcolombiana.
    • Master in Business Administration from Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey.

    Professional experience

    • ISAGEN Chief Administrative Officer.
    • ISAGEN Marketing Manager, Administrative Manager of Power Plants and Human Development Professional.
    • Director of Communications and Participation, and Communications Analyst for Fabricato.
    • Graduate and post-graduate instructor at various universities.
  • Chief Financial Officer
     

    Juan Fernando Vásquez Velásquez

    Juan Fernando Vásquez Velásquez

    Education

    • Degree in Civil Engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Medellín.
    • Specialist in Corporate Finance from the Universidad de Medellín.
    • Advanced Studies in Strategic Management and Leadership from the Universidad de Los Andes.

    Professional experience

    • Cost Manager at Coltejer S.A.
    • Financial Planning Manager at ISAGEN.
  • Chief Human Resources Officer
     

    Juan Esteban Flórez Arango

    Juan Esteban Flórez Arango

    Education

    • Degree in Civil Engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
    • High Management Degree in Negotiation from the Universidad de los Andes.
    • High Management Degree in Strategic management and leadership from the Universidad de los Andes.
    • Specialist in Business management from the Universidad El Rosario/CES.
    • Executive Master Business Administration at ISEAD Business School.

    Professional experience

    • Analyst of civil work maintenance at the Miel I Hydroelectric Power Plant
    • Jaguas Hydroelectric Power Plant Director.
    • Sogamoso Hydroelectric Power Plant Director.
  • Chief Technology Officer (Interim)
     

    Luis Roberto Niño Niño

    Luis Roberto Niño Niño

    Education

    • Technologist in Electronics at the faculties of Instituto Tecnológico integrated to the Universidad Industrial de Santander.
    • Systems Engineer at the Universidad INCCA de Colombia.
    • Specialist in IT-System Administration at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
    • High Management Degree in Negotiation at the Universidad de los Andes.
    • Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Universidad de los Andes.

    Professional experience

    • Technologist and expert in technology management for the monitoring and control of the Colombian Electrical Interconnection System at ISA.
    • Head of the Computer System Support and Infrastructure Department at ISA.
    • Work Development Manager at ISAGEN.
    • IT Manager at ISAGEN.
    • Teacher at the Universidad de Antioquia, Universidad de Medellín and Universidad San Buenaventura.
    • Manager with expertise in IT Management at the Universidad de Medellín.
  • General Counsel (Interim)
     

    Juan Carlos Rivera Salazar

    Juan Carlos Rivera Salazar

    Education

    • Degree in Law from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
    • Graduate certificate in Financial Law from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
    • Certificate of Studies in Tax Law from the Universidad EAFIT.
    • Certificate of Studies in Economic Regulations of Public Services from the Universidad EAFIT.

    Professional experience

    • ISAGEN's Business Law Manager.
    • ISAGEN's Commercial Lawyer.
    • Assistant in the Legal Department of the Federación Nacional de Comerciantes at Fenalco Antioquia.
    • Promotion Manager at Colpatria S.A., an occupational risk insurance provider.
    • Regional Lawyer at Banco de Occidente S.A.
  • Corporate Auditor
     

    Gloria María Úsuga Yepes

    Gloria María Úsuga Yepes

    Education

    • Degree in Accounting from the Universidad de Medellín.
    • Costs and Auditing Technologist from the Politécnico Colombiano Jaime Isaza Cadavid.
    • Major in Finances and Project Evaluation and Design from the Universidad de Antioquia.

    Professional experience

    • Audit Specialist of ISAGEN.
    • Corporate Auditor of the Corona Organization.
    • Audit Analyst at C.I. UNIBAN S.A.
    • Head of Costs and Budgets at CIATEX Ltda.

    Certifications

    • Corporate Ontological Coach by Newfield Consulting.
    • Internal Quality Assessment by The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
    • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) by The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
    • ISO 9000 Lead Auditor Bureau Veritas Quality International BVQI and IRCA QMS Auditor.
    • Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) issued by the International Institute of Auditors (IIA).
  • Corporate Relations Manager
     

    Margarita Rosa Giraldo Gallón

    Margarita Rosa Giraldo Gallón

    Education

    • Communications degree from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
    • Specialist in Organizational Communications from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
    • Specialist in Senior Management and Strategic Leadership from the Universidad de los Andes.
    • Corporate Ontological Coach certification from the Newfield Consulting School of Chile.

    Professional experience

    • Chief Officer (in charge) of Market, Environment and Communities at ISAGEN.
    • ISA Communications Executive.
    • Head of Communications for Departmental Public Works (Government of Antioquia).
    • Head of Communications for Departmental Improvements.
 

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