About Michael Chavira
Axiologic Solutions has a number of honors to its name, including the Small and Emerging Advisory Contractors Forum's (SECAF) 2018 Government Contractor of the Year Award, and the award-winning Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), A Washington Technology "Fast 50" company in 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2019, A Washington Business Journal 75 Fastest Growing Companies company in 2018 and 2019, as well as a Virginia Fantastic 50 company in 2019 and 2020.
Chavira is more than a war veteran, an engineer, and a business owner. He also believes in education since it has helped him build his life and progress from being a farmer in beautiful Wyoming with his family to being at the cutting edge of engineering advancements. Chavira is a board member of the City Kids Wilderness Project in Washington, D.C., a donor to the Boy Scouts of America and a member of their Board of Advisors, and was recently named as a Whitney Award nominee, a strategic advisor for the Buffalo Bill Museum of the West, and a proud donor to the Children's Science Center of Northern Virginia with Axiologic Solutions.
Chavira believes in the power of higher education to polish his talents, in addition to assisting other children achieve their educational aspirations through his charity work. He holds degrees from the following institutions: University of Wyoming bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, University of Massachusetts master's degree in business administration, University of Virginia master's degree in systems engineering, and American University master's degree in finance.