As part of her visit to the United States with an international cooperation agenda, on Friday, Bogotá Mayor Claudia Lopez will hold meetings with high-level officials from the US State Department, the US Agency for International Development, the US Agency for International Development and the US Agency for International Development. Inter-American Development Bank, IDB.
At the State Department, the President will meet with Katerina Votovat, a senior official in the General Secretariat for Global Women’s Affairs, and Varina Winder, Senior Policy Adviser to the Global Secretariat for Women’s Affairs.
At USAID, USAID, he will meet with Peter Natiello, Acting Assistant Administrator, Latin America and Caribbean Office, and at the Inter-American Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank, he will meet with its President, Mauricio Clavier-Claron.
In addition, in the presence of the Colombian Ambassador to the United States, Juan Carlos Pinzon, the Mayor of Bogota will meet at the Colombian Embassy in the United States, among others, with Adam Isaacson, of the Washington Office for Latin American Affairs – Walla. ; With Maryam Jalloul – Legislative Director of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. with Cynthia Larnson, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars – Wilson Center; and Joaquin Monserrat, Director of Andean Affairs at the State Department.
With entrepreneurs from the consumer, pharmaceutical, banking and technology sectors, we had a productive meeting in New York to promote Bogota as an investment destination in clean mobility and data analytics issues, among others. Thanks Tweet embed To open doors for us! pic.twitter.com/zGGVHNqF2J
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Mayor Lopez has been in the United States since last Monday. Once your academic agenda with Bloomberg Foundation, Harvard University (where he met with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, as well as 38 mayors around the world), and Columbia University, Lopez met with Kathleen Sherwin, director of Women Deliver, and other directors of the organization, who highlighted the commitment and progress of the gender agenda in Bogotá thanks to the county care system.
Later, at the Council of the Americas, the mayor held an agenda to attract investment to Bogotá, with companies such as Estee Lauder, MasterCard, GuyCarp, Citi, Sumitomo Corp, Marsh, Organon, McEnroy, Mitsui, SP Global, SAS, Uber, Gilead and Prudential and Medtronic and Abbey Field Group, among others, with the aim of attracting investment and enhancing the district administration’s stakes in the city’s post-pandemic recovery and enhancing the city’s competitiveness.