Diego Andrés Molano Aponte
He has worked in the public and private sectors for more than 25 years in management positions. In the National Government as Director of Administrative Department of the Presidency, Dapre, in the same way he has served as the Director of the Presidential Agency for Social Action and International Cooperation, today's Department for Social Prosperity; he was director of the Colombian Institute of Family Wellbeing, ICBF; council member of Bogotá and director of the Foundation Bavaria. He was in the same way Deputy Director of USAID's MIDAS program More Investment for Sustainable Alternative Development (Más Inversión para el Desarrollo Alternativo Sostenible in Spanish)
He promoted the design and implementation of security operations such as:
*As the Director of Social Action, in support of the democratic security, he promoted the territorial strategy through the Coordination Center for Comprehensive Action (CCAI in Spanish) to accompany the arrival of security in the regions with institutional and social work, as well as the creation of mobile manual eradication groups.
*At the direction of the ICBF, he executed a budget of $5 billion COP, with 11 thousand people in charge and he coordinated with the National Police efforts for the protection of children and adolescents.
*As a Councilman of the capital city of the country, with the political party Centro Democratico, he promoted the creation of the District Secretariat of Security to implement the policy of security, coexistence, and access to justice in Bogotá, and in addition, he carried out political control against microtrafficking.
In the National Government, as Director of Dapre, he was part of the National Security Councils. He is in charge of the Stabilization, Security and Human Rights councils, the promotion of the Zonas Futuro policy of President Duque and the implementation of the Veteran's Law.
Son of military, Diego Andrés Molano Aponte, is a business administrator from Universidad del Rosario, specialist in international integration and master in public administration from Columbia University in New York.
He promoted the design and implementation of social programs to overcome poverty and for sustainable development, entrepreneurship and urban development. He was highlighted as the best councilman in Bogotá, in 2016, by Concejo Cómo Vamos. In the same way, he received the Harvey Picker Award for exceptional commitment as Public Servant from Columbia University; he was exalted as a Young Executive of the International Junior Chamber; and he received the Juan Luis Londoño de la Cuesta Award granted by Fedesarrollo.
Diego Molano is in the same way the author of the book Coordinación Interagencial y Transformación Social (Interagency Coordination and Social Transformation).
Husband of Marcela and father of Sofia and Juan Felipe.