June 13, 2022
Gemini’s Advanced Concepts & Technologies Division has won a new contract to support U.S. Air Force Special Warfare planning and operations. “Gemini brings more than two decades of experience working with the Air Force and Special Forces to this project,” said Dave Pinion, Gemini Program Manager. “We look forward to contributing to Air Force Mission Success.”
April 29, 2022
Gemini has been named 2022 Aerospace & Defense Company of the Year based on its success providing solutions across the full range of America’s national security landscape. American Business Award judges acknowledged that the “‘All In’ commitment of knowledgeable and experienced experts is a guarantor of success. Trusted with the most high-end scopes for military security, Gemini is one of the most outstanding companies in its field.”
April 28, 2022
Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service hosted the first discussion in its Gemini Industries, Inc. Defense Intelligence Speaker Series on Thursday, April 14, 2022 in the school’s Washington teaching site, known as the Bush School DC. The speaker series is made possible through a significant donation and the support of Gemini Industries Inc. of Burlington, Massachusetts.
February 25, 2022
VP Pedro Torres-Chamorro and Gemini DC Program Managers joined The Bush School of Government & Public Service – Washington, DC Executive Director Jay Silveria and Director of Development Alice Gonzalez Yates to dedicate the school’s new Gemini Industries Inc. Situation Room.
February 24, 2022
Gemini sponsored five scholarships, distributed by the Course of Action Foundation, to five highly-qualified Tampa Bay area high school seniors – Mirgi-Ann Belance, Robbie Blalock, Chauncey Johnson, Selena Jose-Reyes, and Noah Perez. Congratulations!
February 23, 2022
Gemini Communications Director Greg Hicks discusses his Foreign Service experience, Gemini’s contributions to customers’ operations, and national security.
November 29, 2021
Three Gemini Team members: CEO Victoria Bondoc, Lori Wood, and Maria Bradley, joined other Light Foundation board members for Matt Light’s pre-game “Chalk Talk” before this weekend’s Patriots-Titans game. The vibes from the talk must have been felt, because the Patriots won handily!
November 8, 2021
This year, we recognize the centennial celebration of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the sacrifice it symbolizes. In that spirit, CEO Victoria Bondoc has pledged that from Veterans’ Day through the end of 2021, all proceeds from the sale of her book, Mission Impossible: The Power of the Gemini Way, will be donated to the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, a remarkable monument to America’s fallen special operations warriors.
October 27, 2021
Appearing with Boston radio host Jordan Rich on his “On Mic” podcast, CEO Victoria Bondoc discussed her new book, “Mission Impossible: The Power of the Gemini Way.” In the episode Ms. Bondoc explained how key life experiences shaped her mindset that “impossible is just an opinion.” As she said in the podcast, “Success is not whether you got knocked down, it’s whether you stood back up, one time, two times, three times, ten times …”
October 13, 2021
CEO Victoria Bondoc has received the 2021 ViVa Tampa Hispanic Heritage “Amiga” Award for supporting the Course of Action Foundation Scholarship Fund. Academically qualified students with strong community service records receive this financial aid to support their college education. Gemini supports the scholarship fund because it helps prepare the leaders of tomorrow who to face our country’s future national security challenges.