INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 13, 2016)—Bringing its annual Summit event back to Indianapolis, WebLink International has announced that former IndyCar racer Sarah Fisher will be the conference’s 2017 keynote. As a widely celebrated and successful woman in the male-dominated world of motorsports, Fisher espouses a tenacity everyone can learn from to accomplish their most ambitious goals.
“This year’s event is all about forward thinking and overcoming obstacles. Sarah’s accomplished career as a driver and continued success as a team owner is the exact spirit we hope to inspire at each Summit,” said Kelly Sutter, Director of Marketing. “We are thrilled to have Sarah and look forward to sharing her story with hundreds of association industry professionals from across the country!”
The WebLink Summit brings together industry leaders, association professionals, WebLink staff, and hundreds of WebLink Connect users for two-and-a-half days of educational breakouts, WebLink Connect best practices and tons of networking. For more information on attending or sponsoring the event, visit www.weblinksummit.com.
In 2016, WebLink celebrated its 20th anniversary of providing cutting edge technology to membership based organizations. In the beginning, WebLink created the industry’s first interactive online membership directory. In addition to directories, initial offerings included real-time event calendars and website services to help member-based organizations create and build their brands with an impressive online presence. Today, WebLink offers much more – a complete, all-in-one AMS solution. We continue to lead the industry with innovative solutions that help associations acquire, engage and retain more members.
About Sarah Fisher
Sarah Fisher is the first woman to qualify fastest for a major North American open-wheel event, the fastest woman to ever qualify for the Indy 500, and the youngest woman to ever compete at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ms. Fisher was voted “Most Popular Driver” four times in both the IndyCar and NASCAR series, and was awarded “Indy’s Best & Brightest Leaders Under 40.” She raced until May 2010, when she made her ninth start in the Indy 500, the most starts for a woman in race history. She founded Sarah Fisher Racing in 2008 and her team earned its first victory in the IndyCar Series at the Kentucky 300 in 2011. Ms. Fisher has been a guest or profiled on various television programs including The Tonight Show, NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America, and CBS This Morning. When not racing, she makes her home in Indianapolis with her husband, Andy O’Gara, and their daughter Zoey.<< Back to all news