KeyLogic Systems president to deliver Statler College commencement address
Jon Hammock, president, CEO and founder of KeyLogic Systems, will deliver the commencement address to students at West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources on Saturday, May 14, at 12:30 p.m., at the WVU Coliseum.
A West Virginia native, Hammock founded KeyLogic in 1999 and
has built the firm into a successful professional services, engineer and tech
firm that is competitive on a national and international level. With an
extensive presence in the government market, including federal civilian, energy
and national security agencies, KeyLogic is proud to have never had a one-time
customer. The company employs approximately 170 people, many in the
Hammock is a serial entrepreneur, constantly expanding his business acumen and portfolio with projects and investments in commercial and residential real estate, aviation and hospitality. He is also part of an angel investment group that is providing capital to emerging businesses with a focus in West Virginia.
Hammock has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from West Virginia University and an MBA from University of South Carolina. He is a member of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering’s Academy of Distinguished Graduates, and he serves on the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Advisory Committee.
Hammock and his wife, Lynn, actively support all things Mountaineer, including the WVU Foundation, the WVU Mountaineer Athletic Club, the WVU Solar Decathlon team, the WVU robotics team and the CyberWVU competition.
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