Term: 2022 - 2030

Justice Juan Carlos Cortés González, received a B.A. in law from El Rosario University. He specialized in Administrative Law from the same university, and in Justice and Constitutional Processes from the University of Castilla — La Mancha, Spain. He also holds a Master’s degree in Security Management from the National Autonomous University of Mexico — UNAM. He was nominated by the Council of State and appointed as Deputy Inspector General between 2016 and 2020. He was also Vice-Minister of Employment and Pensions in the Ministry of Labor in 2008 -2010, and Director of the Colombian and Andean Regional Center of the Ibero-American Social Security Organization — OISS. He served as an external consultant to the International Labor Organization — ILO.

He served as an advisor to the National Constituent Assembly in 1991, where he acted as a member of the student movement. He was also Deputy Justice of the Constitutional Court and of the Administrative Apellate Court of Cundinamarca. He has also been a professor of Law and Political Theory, and he has practiced law for more than thirty years in the public and private sectors, in the fields of Social Law, Social Security Legislation, and Administrative and Constitutional Law. He is the author of 15 specialized books, his most recent being: "After the pandemic: a new democracy".