Karen LeDoux, Program Vice President at LMI Consulting
Karen LeDoux, a veteran of the U.S. Army, is a program vice president for LMI Consulting who oversees projects for the service. She is a Potomac Officers Club member.
LeDoux leads LMI’s military health and veterans affairs programs. She also works with Army project and product managers, staff members and agencies.
She was also able to implement and deploy Army enterprise resource planning systems that helped the service modernize business systems and simplify operations. In addition to working with the Army, LeDoux also supports all facets of the Department of Defense‘s acquisition, program management, systems engineering and life cycle system development verification and validation.
She has been serving as program VP since September 2015, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Before serving in her current role, she worked as a program director for LMI from 2012 to 2015. In this position, she led a team that supported various Army organizations, including the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management and Comptroller, PEO EIS and the Logistics Innovation Agency.
LeDoux has been with LMI for over 14 years, having returned to the company in 2012 after leaving in 2011. When she first joined the organization in 2007, she worked as a research fellow and program manager.
The industry veteran had handled various positions within the Army and the Army Reserve since 1983.
LeDoux holds a master’s degree in military strategic studies from the Army War College.
LMI offers digital and analytic solutions, logistics and management advisory services to government clients. It is headquartered in Tysons, Virginia.
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