Enrique Peñalosa Londoño is a Colombian politician. He was mayor of Bogotá from 1998 until 2001 and elected again in 2015 for the 2016–2019 term. He has also worked as a journalist and consultant on urban and transportation policy. In 2009, Peñalosa was elected president of the board of directors of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, a non-profit organization headquartered in New York. Peñalosa resigned from the ITDP board in 2015 upon his election.
|Born:||September 30, 1954, Washington, DC, United States|
|Political party:||Radical Change Party|
|Other political affiliations:||Green Party, Colombian Liberal Party|
|Alma mater:||Duke University|
|Preceded by:||Gustavo Petro|
|Succeeded by:||Claudia López Hernández|
|Twitter:||Enrique Peñalosa's Twitter profile|
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About Enrique Peñalosa
Politician who served as the mayor of Bogotá, Colombia from 1999 to 2001 and was re-elected in 2016. He was the Green Party representative for the 2014 Colombian Presidential Election.
He moved to the United States at age 15 and attended Duke University on a partial football scholarship.
He was a journalist for the newspaper El Espectador and received the Simón Bolívar Journalism Award for his economic reporting.
He married Liliana Sanchez and has children named Renata and Martín.
Like Angelica Correa, he is a Green Party mayor in Colombia.
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