Mooresville, NC (June 24, 2015) – Julia Landauer Racing is excited to announce its partnership with the Institute for Career Advancement Needs (ICAN) for the upcoming Twin-50 NASCAR Limited Late Model races at Motor Mile Speedway on June 27th, 2015. ICAN, an Omaha, NE-based organization, joins as an associate sponsor for the #70 racecar.
“The Institute for Career Advancement Needs is honored to partner with Julia Landauer and support her vision to transform both the racing and STEM industries for our next generation of leaders. She is a powerful reflection of the ICAN mission to inspire leaders and transform organizations through authentic leadership without limits,” shares ICAN President and CEO, Susan Henricks.
Landauer’s relationship with ICAN began in April 2015, during the organization’s 22nd annual Women’s Leadership Conference. Landauer served as the closing speaker for the conference, addressing a crowd of over 2,300 attendees.
“I was honored when ICAN asked me to speak at their Women’s Leadership Conference earlier this year and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be collaborating with them again!” Landauer said. “The organization’s goal of helping to develop strong leaders who will change our communities is something I 100% support and am glad to be an advocate for.”
Landauer has two back-to-back wins at Motor Mile Speedway in 2015 and heads into the double header this weekend as the points leader in the NASCAR Limited Late Model Series.
More About ICAN:
ICAN – the Institute for Career Advancement Needs – is a non-profit 501(c)3 leadership development organization founded in 1981 in Omaha, Nebraska to inspire leaders and transform organizations. Each year, over 600 business leaders graduate or attend one of our leader development programs and over 2,300 leaders attend our annual ICAN Women’s Leadership Conference from across North America. Our mission is to develop inspired business leaders who transform the communities they serve. For 35 years, ICAN has served as a trusted business resource for innovative curriculum-based programs, customized on-site programming and events.
Whether developing individuals or coaching teams to bring their authentic selves to the workplace and community, ICAN inspires bold thinking, and the courage and capability to innovate and redefine the future of business. The work of ICAN to cultivate transformational leadership has become a powerful method for organizational leaders driving employee satisfaction and business success.
Learn more at the ICAN website.