Changemakers and community visionaries play a vital role in building Nebraska’s unique and diverse tech community. AIM Institute, a local nonprofit celebrating 30 years of growing a strong and diverse tech community through education, career development and outreach, awarded technology innovators at its recent annual AIM Tech Awards Presented by Cox Business.
Tech Volunteer of the Year: Todd Campbell, Charles Schwab
Community Builder of the Year: Omaha STEM Ecosystem
Startup of the Year: Pinata
Tech Innovator of the Year: Children’s Hospital & Medical Center; Interscripts
Tech Talent Professional of the Year: Mary Kyle, FNBO
Enterprise of the Year: Farm Credit Services of America
Tech Leader of the Year: Steve Kohrs, Cync Health
Tech Educator of the Year: David Sheesley, Talent Plus
For more information on how to support programs that impact thousands of students, job seekers, professionals and companies in the Greater Omaha area and Nebraska, visit aiminstitute.org.