Ever since she was a little girl, Tiffany White has dreamed of breaking through new frontiers. Captivated by Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie tales, she imagined herself as a pioneer, a Midwest girl of strong heart and spirit, pushing the boundaries of what was known. It’s a deep passion that’s led her
Diversity is a topic we hear and read about daily. Whether it’s mentioned in the workplace, news, or social media, it’s a prevalent topic dominating the workplace and the rapidly growing Indiana tech scene. Do we truly know what it means, how to obtain it, and how to use it to create profitability? For technology
Are you a tech product, service or tech-enabled company in Indianapolis in need of hiring technical talent? TechPoint successfully recruited highly-skilled technical talent that wants to work in Indianapolis — but we need companies and hiring managers like yourself to hire them! We know finding qualified technical talent — software developers, designers, product managers — can
The Indy Women in Tech, Inc. (IWiT) Foundation is announcing today the hire of Jody Dedon as the Executive Director. Jody is joining IWiT to manage core aspects of the organization, including workforce development, mentorship, STEM education, and fundraising in support of Indiana’s state-wide robotics initiative, IWiT’s education and training scholarship program, Ignite Your Superpower!
We talk frequently about the need to increase the tech talent pipeline for many reasons, but one discussion we aren’t having often enough is the need to attract more youth minorities. Two announcements occurred late last week from Be Nimble — the spark behind Disrupt Indy — and the Bloom Project that highlight both the
Born in Poland, Mateusz Kosciuk (pronounced Muh-TAY-oosh KOSH-chook) and his family moved to Chicago when he was three years old. Though he can still speak Polish, he was Americanized quickly, fitting into the fabric of urban life in Chicago. As he grew up, he discovered he enjoyed tinkering with his family’s computers and troubleshooting technology
Last Thursday, Amazon announced the top 20 finalist cities to host its new headquarters, known as HQ2. The list was a mix of both large city hubs and midsize cities that are rising amongst the rest. For some, the inclusion of Indianapolis was a surprise. Indy quickly became one of the “interesting dark horse contenders from