• Mira Awards: Community Champion of the Year

    The Community Champion of the Year says no one should be turned away for being who they are. Josh Driver, the founder of Open for Service, decided to make a difference in the wake of backlash surrounding the RFRA controversy, and now his efforts have expanded globally.

  • Mira Awards: Tech Educator of the Year

    Twenty years ago, an Indiana math teacher added an experimental computer science class into her course lineup. Today that footprint extends to the K-8 system and four levels of instruction at Hamilton Southeastern High School. Julie Alano is this year’s Tech Educator of the Year.

  • Mira Awards: Rising Star

    She builds apps and tools for Salesforce, and when she wanted to learn how to code, she taught herself. That’s why Lindsay Siovaila founded the Indianapolis chapter of Girl Develop It. We introduce you to this year’s Rising Star Award winner.

  • Mira Awards: Investor of the Year

    Where can you find Indiana’s very best in technology and innovation all on one stage? At the 18th annual Mira Awards! We were backstage to capture it all. For the first 30 minutes, TechPoint CEO Mike Langellier recaps the night and gives insight into the shinning stars including… Investor of The Year.

  • Mira: Mobile Tech Award Goes to Rubber Duck

    pi lab's Edwin the Duck received the Mobile Tech Award for its integrated apps and leveraging of the everyday activities of story time, sleepy time, play time and bath time to create learning and growing experiences for children.
  • Mira: Baggott Named Trailblazer in Technology

    Serial Entrepreneur Chris Baggott took home the ‘Trailblazer in Technology’ award at the 2015 Mira Awards. He discusses his efforts to spark a revolution in the food and agriculture business with new ventures HUSK and Tyner Pond Farms.