Upon his withdrawal from PwC LLC on June 30, 2013, Fernando’s career in public accounting spanned over 32 years. He held numerous leadership roles at PwC including High Tech Leader for the South East Region, Tax Partner in Charge of Washington Metro and National Practice Leader Tax Management Performance Services (TMPS). Fernando also served as the Managing Partner for the Washington Metro Area. During his five years as Managing Partner, the Washington Metro Area revenues grew dramatically, positioning the Washington Metro offices as one of the largest markets for PwC in the United States.
As Managing Partner, Fernando spearheaded the development and growth of the Washington Federal Practice, which provides consulting services to the Federal Government. Fernando has also served as the Tax Management Reporting Services leader for Latin America, allowing him to form strong ties in the region and especially Brazil.
Throughout his career he has designed and executed strategic growth plans to drive revenues for both small and large operations, managed operations with over 2000 personnel and hundreds of million in gross revenue. During his consulting career he has focused principally on providing services to the Government Contracting and Telecom sectors to clients such as AT&T, Sprint, CIT Alcatel, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, ManTech International and Caci.
Fernando is currently the CEO of Digital Global Systems Inc. (DGS). DGS is a wireless signals analysis firm which develops cuttings edge spectrum management technology. DGS focuses on both the commercial and government sectors.
Fernando is also the Board Chair for CoreSyte Inc., a technology firm formed to commercialize sensor technolgy focused on monitoring human performance. He is also currently the Chairman of the Board of Charity Works and the Greater Washington Sports Alliance and has served on over 12 nonprofit Boards.