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CEO to Address AAMU Fall Graduates

Miranda Bouldin three
December 06, 2019

More than 400 will receive degrees at fall ceremony

A local CEO who is heavily involved in community, charitable and youth affairs will address more than 400 underclassmen and graduate students slated for graduation at Alabama A&M University’s fall commencement on Friday, December 6, 2019, at the Von Braun Center at 1 p.m.

Miranda Bouldin is president and chief executive officer of LogiCore Corporation, a Huntsville, Alabama-based company that provides systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA) services to United States Department of Defense agencies.

The native Alabamian and Alabama A&M University alumna founded LogiCore in 2002.  It gained certification as a woman-owned small and disadvantaged business through the United States Small Business Administration in 2003. Her first contract in the Defense Industry was with the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command’s (AMCOM) Research, Development and Engineering Center (RDEC) at Redstone Arsenal, Ala.  LogiCore conducted Aircraft Air Worthiness training for RDEC’s Software Engineering Directorate.  Shortly afterwards, LogiCore became a sub-contractor, conducting logistics analysis on Army aircraft and missiles in support of AMCOM’s Integrated Materiel Management Center (IMMC).

LogiCore has since been competitively awarded several multi-year contracts within the AMCOM community, as both a prime contractor and a sub-contractor, in all four acquisition domains – Logistics, Technical, Business and Analytical, and Programmatic.  LogiCore supported the Global War on Terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, LogiCore provides or has provided direct support to the Army Materiel Command (MDA), DIA’s Missiles & Space Intelligence Center (MISC) and has a satellite office in Fort Gordon, Georgia, that provides support in areas of Cyber Security.  LogiCore also supports software and engineering electronic test support to the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) at Fort Huachuca’s Electronic Proving Ground (EPG), and Systems Simulation, Software and Integration (S3I), in Huntsville, Alabama working with Embedded Software Engineering.

LogiCore specializes in five industrial sectors of the U.S. Army – aviation, missiles, communications, electronics and radars. Capabilities include: Integrated Logistics Support, Logistics Acquisition, Logistics Operations, Engineering & Software, and Cyber. Other functions include software implementation; product support package design and development; systems engineering research and development; army aircraft fleet maintenance and supply support; technical publications development; test, measurement and diagnostics equipment maintenance and calibration; and interoperability testing of hardware, software, and tactical systems.

Bouldin is a current board member with the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, and she is a trustee for the Alabama School of Cyber and Engineering. She is member of the Huntsville Rotary Club, and is affiliated with the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce (Board Member), the Greater Huntsville Rotary Club, the National Defense Industrial Association (Board Member), the International Society of Logistics Engineers, Women in Defense Organization, the Army Aviation Association of America, the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, and other industry, professional and charitable organizations.

Most recently, Bouldin has produced a new Talk Show—“The Miranda Show”—featuring entrepreneurs, leaders and innovators who share their wisdom, secrets to success and leadership journeys with others. Proceeds will support her charitable nonprofit Inspire & Achieve, which supports STEM programs and mental health awareness.

Further, Bouldin credits LogiCore’s success to an innovative, professional, team-oriented workforce. Each employee is dedicated to the country, servicemen, the customers and teammates.

According to AAMU’s Registrar, Brenda Kay Williams, some 241 undergraduates and 188 graduate students have applied for fall 2019 graduation.