Celebrating the Women of Ferrovial Services North America: The first of five employee highlights

A 15-Year Company Journey

Christina Cash started her journey with Timec, a Ferrovial company [T.R.S.C.], in 2004 as a temporary timekeeper. Today, she manages field administrators, timekeepers, clerks and cost controllers as the Administrative Improvement Lead.

She says her current role gives her the opportunity to problem solve and contribute to solutions while supporting a hard-working group of people. Christina gets the most joy out of learning from others and sharing her knowledge with all.

Strong mentors along the way contributed to Christina’s professional success. “I have had wonderful mentors who believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself,” she says.

Having the mindset that it’s okay to ask questions and appreciate others sharing their knowledge has shaped Christina’s professional career. She grew up spending time with people in similar businesses as Timec, as both her parents worked at Corey Delta, an industrial construction company. This exposure made her comfortable asking questions within the industry.

Christina would advise women entering her profession to remember to own their mistakes, as well as their success.

“Respect everyone’s experiences, knowledge and time, including yours. Learn anything you can from anyone you can; working outside your comfort zone means you’re developing your skills.”

Christina spends her free time reading and watch TV, but her favorite time is when sons

Daniel and Jimmy visit with her grandchildren. Christina lives with her wife, Karla, and her youngest son Matthew, 21.

Ferrovial Services North America is proud to highlight Christina Cash for International Women’s Day, March 8.