Suárez has more than 25 years in public and private sectors. Between 2018 and 2020, she served as Minister of Mines and Energy, a position in which she focused on the country's energy transition.
Also, during her career, she served as financial director and strategy executive at Ecopetrol and worked in various positions at the Ministry of Finance; Future Pension Fund; Citibank and Bank of America.
She is currently a member of the boards of the Corona and Corficolombiana organizations. According to Accenture, one of the purposes that the new president will maintain is to lead gender equality and diversity programs.
In terms of education, Suárez is a business administrator and has a master's degree in Political Management from Georgetown University in Washington, United States.