“(Jennifer) Satterfield-Siegel, NASCAR’s first female African-American team owner, has increased opportunities for diverse drivers and pit-crew members, working relentlessly to make sure people from all walks of life have a seat at the NASCAR table if it’s one that interests them.”

~ PressFrom.com

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Jennifer Satterfield-Siegel is the first African-American woman to be a touring series team owner, car sponsor and race winner with the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)!

She and her husband, Max Siegel, own and manage Rev Racing, which, according to its material, “operates the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Program, which is the industry’s leading developmental program for ethnic minorities and women drivers and pit crew members.”  Collaborating with the national racing association since 2009, her work in positively influencing opportunities for those historically omitted and/or disenfranchised in the race industry and culture is essential, powerful and immense.