Supporting Driven Women with Pippa Mann

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Supporting Driven Women with Pippa Mann

What do netlogx and pro racer Pippa Mann have in common? Both feature risk-taking females, high-performing teams, and leading British women. Also, both are committed to using their influence and resources for good.

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We’re thrilled to sponsor Pippa Mann in her seventh Indy 500 this year, alongside primary sponsor Donate Life Indiana. In her role as a spokesperson for Donate Life Indiana, Pippa will help educate new drivers about donor registration. “This is particularly important for young people to understand, as they will typically visit the BMV three times between ages 15 and 21,” states her official announcement.

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Audrey Taylor, a fellow Britt and founder of netlogx, was drawn to Pippa Mann and Dale Coyne Racing, in part due to her long-time commitment to women-led businesses and initiatives in central Indiana. Under Audrey’s leadership, netlogx ranked among the 25 largest women-owned businesses in Indiana in 2016. The following year, Audrey was elected Member of the Year by NAWBO-Indy.

In and outside of netlogx, Audrey remains passionate about supporting women and diversity. She serves as President of Women & Hi Tech, and chairs the Ignite Your Superpower committee, aimed at inspiring and supporting girls in pursuit of STEM careers.

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As the racing season kicks off, Pippa will speak to students and teachers at local schools, educating them on the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation, as well as driver’s education classes. “This is a campaign with deep personal meaning for me,” said Pippa, “and I’m humbled to have the opportunity to join the racers carrying this cause forward.”

We’re honored to contribute our resources, so Pippa can shine on and off the track. We can’t wait to see all she’ll accomplish this year.

By | 2018-05-03T05:49:48+00:00 May 3rd, 2018|Categories: netlogx Noodles, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Supporting Driven Women with Pippa Mann

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