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Maria Fernanda Cortes

Maria Fernanda Cortes

Coordinadora del grupo encargado de la secretaría técnica del Consejo de Política Económica y Social (CONPES) de Colombia

Economist

GCL 2013 Colombia

Sector

Public

Skills

Achievements Or Awards

Amsterdam Merit Scholarship, Agosto 2008 – Agosto 2010. Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Países Bajos. 

Beca FONADE - DNP, Agosto 2008 – Agosto 2010. Departamento Nacional de Planeación,  Bogotá, Colombia  

Profesion

Economist

Hobbies

Leer, viajar

Job Experience

National Planning Department, Bogota, Colombia, November 2018 – PresentDirectorate of Descentralization and Territorial Development, Coordinator at Group of Territorial Studies

Contraloría General de la República, January – October 2018

Delegated Unit for Pots-conflict, UDP, Consultant on Regional Development and M&E Techniques

Econometría Consultores, Bogotá, Colombia, September 2013 – October 2018

Project coordinator

National Planning Department, Bogota, Colombia, September – December 2015   Directorate of Sustainable Social Development, DSSD, Consultant for Education Sub-directorate

World Bank, Bogotá, Colombia, April 2013 – July 2014

   Short Term Consultant for Public Sector and Governance Unit for Latin America and the Caribbean, Economic Policy Sector

National Planning Department, Bogota, Colombia, March 2011 – December 2012

   Directorate of Public Policy Monitoring and Evaluation, DPPME, Public Policy Evaluator

Kyos Energy Consultant, Haarlem, the Netherlands, 2010

Graduate Intern

National Planning Department, Bogota, Colombia, 2005 - 2008

Directorate of Economic Studies, DES, International Economic Researcher 

Higher Education

MSc in Econometrics, Financial Econometrics Track

Projects

Kit of Territorial Planning

The Kit of Territorial Planning—KTP is a set of tools that the National Planning Department of Colombia offers every four years to new subnational governments to enhance and link up the different programs, policies and interventions that will take place during the period of government (four years in Colombia).

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