Felipe Muñoz

Advisor to the President of Colombia for the Colombian-Venezuelan Border

Felipe Muñoz is the advisor to the president of Colombia for the Colombian-Venezuelan border. Previously, he served as senior counselor to Colombia’s executive director at the Inter-American Development Bank’s board of directors. At the IADB, Muñoz was also a consultant for the Honduran government and designed national policies in the areas of security and criminal investigation. He has worked in the Colombian government at both the national and regional levels, serving as advisor to Bogotá’s mayor and to the minister of finance. Muñoz was also the private security superintendent, director of the regional anti-smuggling program, and director of the national intelligence agency, amongst other positions. He holds a master’s degree in regional and urban planning from the London School of Economics and a bachelor’s degree in finance and international relations from the Universidad Externado de Colombia.