Women with Drive II Summit to be Held at Hendrick Motorsports - Engine Builder Magazine

Women with Drive II Summit to be Held at Hendrick Motorsports

GSEvents has announced the second annual Women with Drive II Summit (WWDII) will be held at Hendrick Motorsports Team Center on October 5-6, 2022 in Concord, NC.

WWDII promises to be a ‘must attend’ event for women and men in the automotive and motorsports industry, educators, students, and anyone interested in learning more about career opportunities in motorsports. WWDII will benefit Women in Motorsports North America.

In 2021, the inaugural Women with Drive Summit preceded the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix. The event was sold-out, with 115 attendees, and a $10,550 charitable donation was made to the Play Like a Girl Foundation. WWD included some of the most influential people in motorsports discussing the countless initiatives underway to empower women to the highest levels of professional motorsport.

The co-chairs for WWDll have teamed up again to chair this important event whose mission is to increase women’s empowerment within the motorsport arena.

 • Lyn St. James, former IndyCar driver, author, coach, mentor, and motivational speaker

 • Cindy Sisson, GSEvents, CEO and founder of Women Shifting Gears Driven by Hemmings Podcasts and Virtuals 

For more info: https://www.gsevents.live/2022-women-with-drive

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