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Skip to main content. Community Economy and Business Graduated Engineering. She believes that life offers opportunities, but you need to find them, accept them, and then take advantage of them. Also, I wanted to get closer to Colombia again. To get things moving, I was travelling every two weeks.
Also, my classmates have an excellent level. She has been married for seventeen years to Guillermo Santacoloma, who is also a petroleum engineer, has a newborn son, Gabriel, and has spent twelve years outside Colombia working in Canada, Russia, and Brazil: always in the oil sector. I applied and I passed. This is the biggest event in the oil industry in Colombia and one of the most important in Latin America. For many of the projects in which I wanted to participate in my professional life, I have always been worried about being overruled as they are male activities.
I asked several of my male classmates to help me, and they lifted it. After finishing her petroleum engineering degree, 24 years ago she began working as a statistics instructor in Acipet.
Ever since then, one of her goals was to be on the board of directors, which she achieved several months ago. I think that this is what we lack as Colombians: convincing ourselves that union and solidarity are important for the common good. Subsequently, she started a Masters in environmental engineering, but she did not finish as she went to Russia with her husband.
They travelled to Canada where she founded an oil services company, which she ran for four years. At the end of she moved to Brazil where she was in charge of a small operating company with which she managed to drill the first producing well, but due to the situation in the great South American country, they could not continue. She created a second company in —Trayectoria Petroleo e gas do Brasil-, with which she participated in a business network.