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Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) Announces Policy Committee Chairs to Lead 2025 Priorities

June 11, 2024 12:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) today announced its Policy Committee Chairs heading into the 2025 legislative session.

    The following ITIA members will help lead the association’s policy development and identify priorities to accelerate Indiana’s tech and innovation ecosystem.

  • Capital Policy Committee – Megan Glover, Co-Founder and CEO, 120Water in Zionsville, IN
  • Talent Policy Committee – Mike Halbig, Founder & CEO, InGen Technologies in Evansville, IN
  • Place Policy Committee – Ted Baker, CEO & Executive Director, the Innovation Connector in Muncie, IN
  • Equity Committee – Juliana Casavan, Director of Operations, MatchBOX Coworking Studio in Lafayette, IN

ITIA’s policy committees advocate for policies across a range of issues including expanding access to venture capital, strengthening our talent pipeline, contributing to placemaking that embraces tech and innovation, and promoting equity and diversity. 

ITIA member organizations serve on each of the four committees – Capital, Talent, Place and Equity.  

“Our policy committees give technology and innovation leaders across the state a voice in shaping policy to accelerate entrepreneurship and fuel innovation in Indiana,” said ITIA Executive Director Jennifer Hallowell. “We’re excited to have committee leadership representing various regions of our state and encourage entrepreneurs, tech and innovation companies and partner organizations to get involved and help drive our industry forward.” 

Each year, ITIA releases a policy agenda with its priorities to foster growth in tech and innovation.

During the 2024 legislative session, ITIA successfully advocated to advance STEM education in K-12 schools by establishing a computer science high school graduation requirement, supported expansions for robotics funding, apprenticeships and other workplace experiences in schools, and supported the creation of an AI Task Force to study uses of AI by government agencies.

ITIA membership is open to all technology and innovation-driven enterprises and partners working together to accelerate the innovation economy. For more information and to join ITIA, visit

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