- Mariana Garcés Córdoba
Mariana Garcés Córdoba 9th Colombian Minister of Culture Incumbent Assumed office
7 August 2010
President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón Preceded by Paula Marcela Moreno Zapata Personal details Born Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia Nationality Colombian Alma mater University of the Andes (LLB) Profession Lawyer Religion Roman Catholic
Mariana Garcés Córdoba is the current Minister of Culture of Colombia. A native of Santiago de Cali, she has been tied to the region and its culture, including working as General Manager of Telepacífico, Member of the National Television Commission, Director of the Association for the Promotion of the Arts, (Proartes) in Cali, Secretary of Culture and Tourism of Cali, Executive Director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Valle del Cauca, and at different times, Director of the International Art Festival of Cali.
- ^ "Con Mariana Garcés, son cinco mujeres en el gabinete de Santos [With Mariana Garcés, there are five women in Santos's Cabinet]" (in Spanish). El País. 2010-08-02. http://www.elpais.com.co/elpais/colombia/noticias/con-mariana-garces-son-cinco-mujeres-en-gabinete-santos. Retrieved 2010-10-21.
- ^ "'Seremos facilitadores de todos los procesos', afirma la ministra designada de Cultura ["We will be facilitators of every process," affirms the designated minister of Culture]" (in Spanish). El Tiempo. 2010-08-02. http://www.eltiempo.com/archivo/documento/CMS-7838513. Retrieved 2010-10-21.
- "Official Profile of Minister Garcés" (in Spanish). Colombian Ministry of Culture. 2010-08-06. http://www.mincultura.gov.co/?idcategoria=39010. Retrieved 2010-10-21.
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