As she grew up, Fernanda noticed that a society existed, where girls and boys suffered abuse and violence of all kinds. It is then that she asks her parents: is that "treatment" of girls and boys normal? Especially with girls? Due to this, at 9 years old, she wrote a little book that she called ¿Azul o Rosa? (Blue or Pink?) , where she narrates the gender inequalities and observes the unequal treatment given to women and their rights.
From the presentation of her book ¿Azul o Rosa?, begins in different cities of Mexico, to give talks and conferences promoting the rights of children. Fernanda always has been willing to appear in forums to spread a world free of inequality and gender violence. She has been invited to public schools, communities, civil associations, universities, congresses in different states, cities throughout the country and in all spaces where she is allowed to speak about the right to equality between women and men, knowing that by educating with this approach, we will be able to change the stereotypes that make the difference between girls and boys, adolescents, women and men.
Among other messages, issues are also shared to eradicate gender violence, in which they reflect together to join forces and observe what they see as common and everyday and decide to change to achieve a common good.
What has made her write 3 books, ¿Azul o Rosa? (Blue or Pink?), Atención ya estoy en las Redes (Attention I'm already in the Networks) and Caminando juntos hacia la Igualdad (Walking together towards Equality), has given her the opportunity to be interviewed by national and international news agencies to share her message, in the media, written press, digital newspapers, radio, television, internet. etc. Among some countries where notes have been published are: Spain, USA, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Honduras, Ecuador.
She currently participates in joint work with World Vision, DIF, SEP, Inmujeres, He for She Campaign, IEPC, IMJUVE, IJJ, Universidad de Guadalajara, Compavi, My World México Kids, Red Viral, Vital Voices, universities throughout Mexico. , Chamber of Deputies, Congress of the Union, organized civil groups, Municipal and State governments. Fernanda has been nominated for international awards such as the World’s Children’s Prize, being among the top ten selected; and in 2017 she is again selected among the finalists.
She is appointed as Child Advisor to the first Children's Council in Mexico. Fernanda has weekly participation, as a journalistic, written and digital columnist Periódico la Crónica. Weekly radio capsule for Grupo Radio formula among others.
- 2017 National Youth Award in Human Rights
- Jalisco State Award in Human Rights, Honoris Causa 2017
- Child Counselor in the State of Jalisco
- Appointment SDG.5 My World México Kids
Achievements obtained to date:
- Having appeared in more than 350 forums in different cities.
- Awarded more than 450 thousand books thanks to the support of governments and national, state and municipal institutions.
- The publication of two more books "Attention, I'm already on the networks" in which topics of the dangers that we can find on the web and social networks are exposed. And the third book "Walking Together towards Equality" with a theme very similar to the first book, Blue or Pink? But from a different perspective, and with the experience of what was learned through this journey in search of gender equality, rights of girls, adolescents and women, empowerment and security issues.
- And the most important is having reached many girls, boys, women and adults in different forums and cities in Mexico, making known the importance of gender equality, as a means of equitable development, in the political, cultural, economic and social life of the country.