Olga Sánchez Cordero
Born in Mexico City. Olga studied law at the UNAM. She did postgraduate studies in Social Policy and Administration in Great Britain.
She was the first woman Notary by opposition in the then Federal District, now Mexico City, in which she is the holder of the Public Notary Public 182. She served as a full-time magistrate of the Superior Court of Justice of the then Federal District, now Mexico City, 1993 to 1995; as Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation from February 1995 to November 2015.
In September 2016, Olga was named Constituent Deputy of Mexico City. Seven times she has been distinguished with the Doctorate Honoris Causa by various universities in the country. She entered the International Hall of Fame of the International Women’s Forum in October 2014; first woman to receive the “Medal of Civic Merit Eduardo Neri and Legislators of 1913” granted by the Chamber of Deputies of the H. Congress of the Union 82014. She has a large number of publications in books and magazines.
In 2017 it was proposed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador to be part of his cabinet, heading the Ministry of the Interior, it is expected that on December 1, 2018 she assume that position.