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Champion Racecar Driver

Julia Landauer

Fee Range

< $25,000

Travels From

Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA

At a glance:

A two-time champion NASCAR driver, Julia Landauer shares emotional and fact-based observations and proposes various habits and mindsets that can help you succeed. Now Available for Virtual Programs

Julia Landauer is a NASCAR racer and 2-time champion from New York City, currently racing in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. In addition to her on-track success, Julia is a graduate of Stanford University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Science, Technology, and Society. During college Julia was a contestant on season 26 of CBS’ reality TV show SURVIVOR. Julia delivered her first motivational speech while at Stanford with a TEDx talk in 2014, and has since developed a narrative that she shares with corporations, conferences, and universities. Julia has built up her brand and business and has collaborated with organizations such as Spotify, Disney/Pixar, and The One Love Foundation and is an advisory board member to Hyundai’s Center for Robotic-Augmented Design in Living Experience, a part of their Strategy and Technology Division. She has been written about by The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, and espnW and is also an honoree of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for sports. As Julia continues to develop her career and brand on and off the track, she uses her platform to advocate for STEM education and women’s empowerment.

  • Forward Motion with Julia Landauer

    (Virtual: 15-20 minutes)

    In times of uncertainty and lulls, it can be easy to feel stuck. In this interactive session, NASCAR driver Julia Landauer will share techniques for maintaining forward motion. Tips for small daily mental, physical, professional, personal, and mindful well-being.
  • Managing Fear with Julia Landauer

    (Virtual: 15-20 minutes)

    NASCAR driver Julia Landauer has worked with fear for her entire 18-year career, and will share common types of fear and both mental and physical techniques to manage fear.
  • 15-Minute Power Workout From Home With Julia Landauer

    (Virtual)

    NASCAR driver Julia Landauer will go through a 15-minute, fast paced workout that only requires your body (and a mat, if you want). Great for a mid-day break while working from home.
  • Can Nice Girls Win (Races)?

    (Women's empowerment, self-betterment, overcoming obstacles, communal success)

    In navigating the male-dominated field of racing, Julia Landauer began recognizing and grappling with stereotypes and negative assumptions about women at the early age of 10. These social and cultural norms have held women back for centuries, yet they must be tackled and overcome. Through colorful stories from her racing career, Julia addresses some of these stereotypes, how she overcame them and the greater significance this process has for women, and men who support women, everywhere. Referencing studies she read about at Stanford, Julia delivers emotional and fact-based observations and proposes various habits and mindsets that can help women succeed.

    Virtual Option Would Include:
    -Full 45-minute keynote OR broken into three 15-minute sessions
    -Interactive virtual Q&A immediately after keynote (questions typed in for Julia to answer on screen)
    -Electronic handout with summary and action items
    -Julia will be Available for follow-up Q&A for 30 days following event (organizer can collect questions and send to Gotham to send to Julia)
  • Drive: 7 Tips For Living Your Best Life

    (Motivation, self-betterment, building relationships, working with fear, leadership, competitive advantage)

    In her 17-year racing career, Julia Landauer has learned what it takes to stay motivated for the long run, how to adopt a growth mindset, and how to lead her team to success. Through colorful stories from her life, Julia encourages the audience to hone in on who they are and their self-awareness in order to be the best teammate, leader, and person they can be. Julia also addresses fear, and how we can welcome and use fear in order to go after our goals. Energetic, honest, and vulnerable, Julia's most popular keynote is sure to resonate with any audience.

    Virtual Option Would Include:
    -Full 45-minute keynote OR broken into three 15-minute sessions
    -Interactive virtual Q&A immediately after keynote (questions typed in for Julia to answer on screen)
    -Electronic handout with summary and action items
    -Julia will be Available for follow-up Q&A for 30 days following event (organizer can collect questions and send to Gotham to send to Julia)
  • To Take A Risk Or Not

    (Risk analysis, decision making, working with fear, being bold, comfort in discomfort)

    Risk: a necessary scare in life. Some people love risk, others avoid it at all cost. How do we know when to risk something and when not to? Can we take control of our minds to reframe risk? How can we get excited by doing something risky? NASCAR driver, Julia Landauer addresses these questions and more in an entertaining narrative where she takes the audience behind-the-scenes of her career, showcasing how taking risks enables success. Although only 27 years old, Julia has been explicitly molding her career for over a decade. She has experienced success, as well as fought through adversity, gaining knowledge from every experience. Through experiential learning and research, Julia explores what every person can do to achieve the success they want.

    Virtual Option Would Include:
    -Full 45-minute keynote OR broken into three 15-minute sessions
    -Interactive virtual Q&A immediately after keynote (questions typed in for Julia to answer on screen)
    -Electronic handout with summary and action items
    -Julia will be Available for follow-up Q&A for 30 days following event (organizer can collect questions and send to Gotham to send to Julia)
  • Marrying Passion and STEM

    (STEM applications, human/machine interactions, data usage, wearables)

    From an early age Julia knew she loved the human/machine interaction she experienced by maneuvering a vehicle around the track. She learned that being technically literate would better prepare her to thrive in her industry and that utilizing various forms of technology in her training could optimize her performance. In this talk, Julia describes some of the unexpected parallels between her two worlds: college in Silicon Valley and the race track. She shares her thoughts on being a female in a male-dominated space, and she encourages her audience to better understand the STEM-related fields that can be applied to many different fields of study and industries.

    Virtual Option Would Include:
    -Full 45-minute keynote OR broken into three 15-minute sessions
    -Interactive virtual Q&A immediately after keynote (questions typed in for Julia to answer on screen)
    -Electronic handout with summary and action items
    -Julia will be Available for follow-up Q&A for 30 days following event (organizer can collect questions and send to Gotham to send to Julia)
Julia was an amazing speaker! Her story is captivating, motivating and exciting and she delivers it in a very authentic way. Her ability to grab the attention of all the people in the room was awesome to watch. We would recommend Julia as a speaker for any type of event. She can inspire anyone to try something new, give everything you have to achieve your dreams and don’t take no for an answer.

—The Zillow Group

Julia brought a lot of energy on stage and was really connected with the young crowd. Her presentation skills were great and support slides exactly what they needed to be.

—Dare 2B Digital Conference

Julia’s expertise as a female, professional racecar driver is naturally compelling -- even more so coming from a savvy, articulate and attractive young Stanford graduate. It was a pleasure watching Julia draw in her audience and keep them engaged from beginning to end. I only wish all of our speakers were as engaging.

—David Hornik, Co-Founder of TEDxStanford

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