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Fernando A. Ceballos, P.E. was born and raised in Brownsville, Texas. The native Texan graduated top 10% in high school and was the first in his family to attend college. He attended Texas A&M University with several scholarships and earned his Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. Currently working as a Project Engineer in land development, Fernando has acquired commercial and residential experience. Over the years, he has been involved in community outreach events and is active in several organizations.


Ceballos is a leader within the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineer and is a volunteer with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

He has also served as a mentor for first-generation college students, where he facilitated classroom discussions on various topics ranging from financing a college education to dealing with homesickness. One of the main reasons why Fernando dedicates his time to organizations such as SHPE is to help lower-income students understand that there are resources available to help them achieve their dreams. 

In addition to advising schools/teachers, non-profit organizations and individuals, Fernando dedicate any remaining time to sharing his fitness journey. With the help of accountability partners, proper nutrition, and a good fitness program, he lost 70 pounds. Far from his end goal, Fernando hopes to encourage others to take better care of themselves and live a happier life! 

Leadership Roles (Professional)
  • TREC Foundation Project Co-Chair (19-20)

  • SHPE Region 5 Vice-President (17-19)

  • ASCE Pre-College Committee (17-19)

  • SHPE Region 5 Marketing Director (15-17)

  • ASCE DIversity & Inclusion Committee (Present)

  • SHPE DFW Professional President (16-17)

  • SHPE Houston Professional Vice-President (15-16)

  • SHPE Houston Professional Community Outreach Director (14-15)

  • 2018 Dallas Weekly Millennials to Watch

  • 2018 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering

  • 2017 Coors Light Lideres Finalist

  • 2016 SHPE Region 5 - Alpha Male Award

  • 2016 SHPE Houston Professional - Young Engineer of the Year

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