Claudia Jiménez is the Executive Director of the Colombian Association for the Large-Scale Mining Sector, which represents 13 of the largest companies that explore or exploit mineral resources in the country.
The Colombian Association for the Large-Scale Mining Sector was created in 2011, and has since helped the government, the public and the stakeholders to visualize the role of the mining sector in society, the environment and the economy.
Claudia Jiménez has worked as Counselor Minister for the President of Colombia (2009 - 2010), Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Colombia to the governments of Switzerland and Liechtenstein (2006 - 2009), and Director of the Presidential Program for the Reform of the Public Administration at the National Planning Department (2006 - 2009).
She's also been a postgraduate Professor of Law and Economics at Universidad Externado de Colombia. She has been recognized among the "top 10 executives of the year" by the Junior Chamber International (2004).
Claudia Jiménez holds a degree in Public Administration from l'École Nationale d'Administration, a master's degree in Internal Public Law, and a Ph.D in Law from l'Université Panthéon-Assas (France), where she graduated with honors for her work entitled "Preventive and Punitive Functions of the French Independent Administrative Authorities and the Colombian Superintendences".