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Erica V. Riggins

Equipment Engineer

Motorola Inc

HQ Phone:  (847) 576-5000

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Motorola Inc

1295 E Algonquin Rd

Schaumburg, Illinois,60196

United States

Company Description

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) is a global leader in wireless, broadband and automotive communications technologies that help make life smarter, safer, simpler, synchronized and fun. Sales in 2003 were US$27.1 billion. Motorola creates innovative technological sol... more

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Erica Riggins is the new anchor of the weekend edition of Your Morning News.After earning her degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas, Erica went to work for Motorola as an equipment engineer.I wonder if she can fix my cell phone?Anyway, Erica changed careers.She went back to school to pursue a career in television journalism.


Erica Riggins - Anchor/Reporter - Bay News 9

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Erica Riggins - Anchor/ReporterE-mail this story | Print News doesn't stop on weekends, and neither does Bay News 9's commitment to covering Bay area news 24 hours a day.Keeping viewers informed weekends on Bay News 9's Your Morning News is the job of anchor Erica Riggins.Erica's broadcasting career had an unusual beginning.After earning her degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas, Erica went to work for Motorola as an equipment engineer.Her desire to affect people's lives for the better drove her to return to school to pursue a job in communications and television journalism.The Austin, Texas, native then moved on to be a weekend anchor and reporter at KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas.From there, she returned to her hometown to report for 24-hour local news Channel News 8 Austin.She became the channel's evening anchor in 2003.Two years later, Erica moved to the Bay area as weekend morning anchor for Bay News 9.Contact The ReporterE-mail Erica Erica won an Emmy award in 2003 for Outstanding Live Report on students protesting the Iraq war.She also won the prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award for best documentary for a series of reports detailing the growing and disturbing trends of child abuse in central Texas.Other awards and recognition Erica has garnered include first place for spot news coverage and second place for best documentary from the Texas Associated Press; and Outstanding Service in the Field of Communications from the national sorority of Phi Delta Kappa.


Erica Riggins | Anchor

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Erica Riggins
Erica Riggins, Anchor Get ready for your day with Bay News 9's Your Morning News. Tune in Monday through Friday 5-9 a.m., as anchor Erica Riggins gives you a look at the stories making news around the Bay area and beyond. Erica's broadcasting career had an unusual beginning. After earning her degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas, Erica went to work for Motorola as an equipment engineer. Her desire to affect people's lives for the better drove her to return to school to pursue a job in communications and television journalism. The Austin, Texas native then moved on to become a weekend anchor and reporter at KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas. From there, she returned to her hometown to report for 24-hour local news channel News 8 Austin. She became the channel's evening anchor in 2003. Two years later, Erica moved to the Bay area as weekend morning anchor for Bay News 9. Ever the consummate professional, Erica has been recognized for her outstanding efforts. She won an Emmy award for Outstanding Live Report for her report on students protesting the Iraq war. She also won the prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award for best documentary for a series of reports detailing the growing and disturbing trends of child abuse in central Texas. Other awards and recognition Erica has garnered include first place for spot news coverage and second place for best documentary from the Texas Associated Press; and Outstanding Service in the Field of Communications from the national sorority of Phi Delta Kappa. Please complete the form below. Sending to: Erica Riggins


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Says Erica Riggins, Motorola workforce development manager, "A diverse team of engineers, bringing multiple backgrounds and experiences to a problem-solving process, is more likely to come to a better solution than a team that thinks and acts alike, and women are an integral part of the team." The WITI Scholarship Fund is being introduced at a time when the percentage of women earning technical degrees has remained relatively flat for the last decade. (For details about WITI, link to www.witi.org) In 1996, only 21 percent of degrees in technical fields were earned by women.Only 2 percent of working women over 20 are in the technology industry. A recent study conducted by the American Association of University Women's Educational Foundation revealed that "girls are avoiding high tech careers, not because they fear failing, but because they believe computer jobs to be boring and lonely." > I N F O R M A T I O N T E C H N O L O G Y - E - L E A R N I N G I N F R A S T R U C T U R E


Key - Key FAAdvisor - September 20, 2000

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Says Erica Riggins , Motorola workforce development manager , A diverse team of engineers , bringing multiple backgrounds and experiences to a problem-solving process , is more likely to come to a better solution than a team that thinks and acts alike , and women are an integral part of the team..The WITI Scholarship Fund is being introduced at a time when the percentage of women earning technical degrees has remained relatively flat for the last decade. ( For details about WITI , link to www.witi.org ).In 1996 , only 21 percent of degrees in technical fields were earned by women.Only 2 percent of working women over 20 are in the technology industry.A recent study conducted by the American Association of University Women's Educational Foundation revealed that girls are avoiding high tech careers , not because they fear failing , but because they believe computer jobs to be boring and lonely..


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