In the Shareholders’ Assembly, held on March 23, 2023, the new members of the high-level management body were elected.
On the afternoon of Thursday, March 23, in the facilities of its office nestled in the Conjunto Empresarial de Elemento, in Bogota, Joyco’s General Assembly of Shareholders took place. In the meeting, first, a review of the 2022 management happened, and later, the new members of the Board of Directors were elected.
Now, and for the period between March 2023 and March 2024 (the month in which the ordinary shareholders’ meeting will take place), Joyco’s Board of Directors will be formed by: José Joaquín Ortiz, as Chairman, and Claudia Frank and María Victoria Riaño, as members of the Board.
Claudia Frank is a senior technology executive with extensive experience (more than 25 years) in leadership roles in international consulting firms such as Accenture and NTT Data in Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, and Colombia. She has experience as a business unit manager, board member, mentor, and advisor in technology and digital transformation.
Likewise, Frank has extensive knowledge of technology applied to business, mainly in the mass consumption, retail, and transportation industries. She is a professional with strategic vision, negotiation skills, multidisciplinary team leadership, and results orientation. She is a diversity, inclusion, and gender equality sponsor.
María Victoria Riaño is a senior executive in the hydrocarbon and financial sectors, with more than 30 years of experience in the design and development of strategic and financial plans, defining performance indicators, management control systems and project monitoring and risk management; implementation of change management processes and culture and leadership models, encouraging innovation and creativity; and definition and development of sustainability models, taking care of its stakeholders and generating value.
Her extensive experience has allowed her to position herself as a reference in high-performance team management with purpose and sponsoring happiness, respect, solidarity, and inclusion. She defines her purpose as working for more equitable, inclusive, and conscious companies thanks to her long career as an independent and equity member on boards of directors and advisory boards in the financial and real sectors.
In turn, Ortiz made a special recognition to Jorge Iván Gómez and María Eugenia Renjifo for their time on the Board of Directors of the civil infrastructure expert advisory company while thanking them for the years in which they gave their contributions to achieve the strategic goals set.