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What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken?
“The biggest risk I’ve taken was moving to a new city with no family, no friends and no idea what was going to happen. That’s followed by considering my degree in engineering and contemplating another career. Typically people are happy with one career, and having two and having a life outside of that is another huge risk.”
Profiles in Innovation: Cindy Fernandez-Nixon, Ansaldo STS USA /La Rumba Production Co.
“Coming from New Jersey to Pittsburgh wasn’t the most attractive place, culture wise, because there were not a lot of people who understood my culture,” said Ms. Fernandez-Nixon, 29.
She considered leaving when she finished her degree, but then saw an opportunity to help create the community she missed. Ms. Fernandez-Nixon launched “La Rumba” radio show through Carnegie Mellon University in July 2010, the first Latin music radio show in Pittsburgh for both Spanish and English speakers.
READ MORE HERE: http://www.post-gazette.com/in-the-lead-2015/leadership-profiles/2015/05/14/Profiles-in-Innovation-Cindy-Fernandez-Nixon-Ansaldo-STS-USA-La-Rumba-Production-Co-Senior-project-RAMS-manager-founder/stories/201505050134
National Walker’s Legacy Day, May 7, 2015.
Chairing the Pittsburgh event will be HR Executive and Inclusion Strategist, Tamiko Stanley and Radio
Personality and Owner of La Rumba Productions Cindy Fernandez-Nixon. The reception will be held at Blue
Line Grille 1014 fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 from 6-8 pm Thursday May 7, 2015.
“Pittsburgh Magazine 40 under 40″ 2014
“Cece” makes it happen
Even when there doesn’t seem to be a way, a successful person always finds a way to make it happen. They will organize resources and independently create an opportunity. A great example of such a person is Cindy E. Fernandez, also known as “Cece” in her Pittsburgh community. This fascinating young lady has enjoyed successes in various areas of her life. Cece holds a master’s degree in engineering and is the Western Pennsylvania chapter president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Read more – http://extranews.net/cece-makes-it-happen.html
PRI’s The World
Long before Detroit’s meltdown, there was Pittsburgh’s. “It’s a pretty safe bet that Pittsburgh suffered the worst economic setback of any region in the United States in the second half of the 20th century,” said Bill Flanagan, who is helping spearhead development here with the Allegheny Conference on Community Development. “- See more at: http://www.theworld.org/2013/08/rust-belt-cities-like-pittsburgh-trying-to-lure-more-immigrants/
When Cindy first moved to Pittsburgh as a senior engineer for Westinghouse, she couldn’t find the music she loved on the radio. So she proposed an idea for a Latino music and talk program to Carnegie Mellon University, using some of its open airtime. Even though she had no experience, the university agreed to give her a chance. Today, Cindy not only hosts La Rumba – See more at: http://imaginepittsburgh.com/neighbors/cindy-fernandez#sthash.eoi41RAs.dpuf
Post Gazette – MLK Mural for kids
Located on the lawn side of the park just right of the portal bridge entrance is the Burns and Scalo “EnviroMural,” created under the guidance of artists Kyle Holbrook and Eddie Lawson of Moving the Lives of Kids (MLK) Community Mural Project. – See more at: http://imaginepittsburgh.com/now/mural070213/23362/#sthash.H8oumGay.dpuf & http://searchbeta.post-gazette.com/images/?q=cindy+fernandez
Until August 2012, Cindy Fernandez was a senior engineer and technical lead at Westinghouse Electric Company (Pittsburgh, PA). She was responsible for design, fabrication and customer interface of the primary components for its AP1000 nuclear reactor. -See more at: http://www.diversitycareers.com/articles/college/12-winspr/fod_hispanic.htm
New Pittsburgh Courier Fab’ 40
The New Pittsburgh Courier named its Fab 40, which honors 40 of Pittsburgh’s top African-American men and women under 40. Fernandez was recognized for 2012. She is a senior engineer at Westinghouse Electric and a producer/host at La Rumba Productions.-See more at: http://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/potmsearch/detail/submission/585551/Cindy_Fernandez
Post Gazette – Pittsburgh’s First Bilingual TV Segments
Cindy E. Fernandez guides viewers through the half-hour episode, speaking English and Spanish.
The three segment topics touch on children’s, women’s and men’s health. The first spotlights Diego Chaves-Gnecco of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,
Pittsburgh Business Times
“There were many times I said I didn’t want to do this anymore,” she said. “If I would have picked biomedical engineering, it’s a field with more women, or industrial engineering, but mechanical engineering is so old and the professors didn’t have the mentality of females being part of the group.”She remembered having to work harder to prove to the professors she belonged.- See more at: http://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/print-edition/2012/05/04/fernandez-says-she-felt-pressure.html?page=2
Rising stars of Pittsburgh Making Strides
Cindy Fernandez currently serves as the President of the Western Pennsylvania Professional Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE). She has served as president since 2009. The purpose of SHPE is to reach out to Hispanic engineering and technical professionals and help them with various aspects of their career.-See more at: http://vibrantpittsburgh.org/rising-stars-of-pittsburgh-making-strides-in-the-community/
Hola Pittsburgh Initiative
The Latino population in the Pittsburgh region may be small, but it is growing steadily and many of its professionals are making a positive mark here – See more at: http://imaginepittsburgh.com/now/holapgh030512/21702/
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration – Pittsburgh’s Soul Pit
Cindy Fernandez (Ce Ce), is the owner of La Rumba Productions through which she produces and hosts La Rumba Pittsburgh radio show (Pittsburgh’s 1st Latin Hits Music show). She also produces Latino Live events as La Rumba Live and soon will be producing TV segments focused on the Latino community for a local PBS station.- See more at: http://ymlp.com/zaXuHx