Mrs. Gomez-Clark is currently leading a project with the largest global MRO company, conducting a turnaround for its operations in Colombia. She also served as Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) in a retail company in Mexico, where she handled negotiations of commercial debt with 300+ vendors and landlords, was in charge of cash management and made working capital improvements as well as cost reductions. For a specialized services company she introduced a centralized purchasing system with substantial reductions in costs (more than 30 percent). For a retail company (direct sales) in Colombia she implemented selling, general and administrative (SG&A) reductions with 20 percent savings and debt restructuring.
Mrs. Gómez Clark was a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with a Colombian information technology (IT) services company, where she introduced financial planning, cash flow forecasting and a management information system. She restructured the financial direction and was in charge of implementing international financial reporting standards (IFRS).
Mrs. Gomez-Clark has significant experience in various industries, including gas, energy, infrastructure, retail, technology, manufacturing, aluminum, agribusiness, biodiesel and building. She has worked in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Mexico.
Prior joining A&M, Mrs. Gómez Clark spent 10 years with Económica Consultores Ltda. in Bogotá, where she served as consultant and was responsible for directing projects developed by the firm. Then, she joined Corficolombiana, where she led the team in charge of restructuring a company in the aluminum sector. Upon leaving Económica Consultores, Ms. Gómez Clark was a Director at an investment banking boutique.
Mrs. Gómez Clark earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Universidad de los Andes. She has been member of the board of directors of Nutryr and Biocastilla. Mrs. Gómez Clark speaks fluent Spanish, French and English.