Luis Fernando Jaramillo Correa

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Colombia) Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations Julio Londoño Paredes
Luis Fernando Jaramillo Correa
22nd Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations
In office
22 January 1992 (1992-01-22) – 22 September 1994 (1994-09-22)
PresidentCésar Gaviria Trujillo
Preceded byFernando Cepeda Ulloa
Succeeded byJulio Londoño Paredes
Colombian Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
7 August 1990 (1990-08-07) – 20 November 1991 (1991-11-20)
PresidentCésar Gaviria Trujillo
Preceded byJulio Londoño Paredes
Succeeded byNoemí Sanín Posada
Colombian Minister of Public Works and Transport
In office
7 August 1986 (1986-08-07) – 1989
PresidentVirgilio Barco Vargas
Personal details
Born(1935-07-24)24 July 1935
Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia
Died23 November 2011(2011-11-23) (aged 76)
Bogota, Colombia
Political partyLiberal
Gladys Corredor Morales
(m. 1966)
  • Luis Fernando Jaramillo Corredor
  • Mónica Jaramillo Corredor
  • Mario Jaramillo Corredor
Alma materNational University of Colombia
ProfessionCivil Engineer

Luis Fernando Jaramillo Correa (24 July 1935 – 23 November 2011) worked for Goldman Sachs International as an international advisor. He also served on the boards of directors of Interbolsa, S.A., Gerdau-Dicao, S.A. and Trident Gold SAS.

His distinguished political career in Colombia included terms as vice president, Minister of Public Works and Transport, minister for economic development, minister of mining and energy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and minister of the interior. He also served as the 22nd Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations, in New York.

Jaramillo earned a civil engineering degree from National University of Colombia in Medellin and also studied at the London School of Economics.

Personal life

He was born on 24 July 1935 in Barranquilla, the first-born son of Mario Jaramillo Echaverria and Helvia Correa Mejía. In 1966, he married Gladys Corredor Morales in Bogotá, and together they had three children: Luis, Mario, and Mónica.[1][2]

He died on 23 November 2011 in Bogota.[3]


  1. ^ Jaramillo Correa, Luis Fernando (1991). La política exterior colombiana [Colombian Foreign Policy] (National government publication) (in Spanish). Bogotá: Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. OCLC 26586732.
  2. ^ "El Equipo de Gaviria" [Gaviria's Team]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). 1990-08-07. Retrieved 2011-01-14.
  3. ^ "Murió el excanciller Luis Fernando Jaramillo Correa - Noticias de Colombia". Retrieved 2011-11-23.