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NSU Alum To Share Her NASCAR Experience

PORTSMOUTH

Norfolk State University graduate Brehanna Daniels, the first African-American woman on a NASCAR pit team, will be at the Children’s Museum of Virginia on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 11 a.m. Daniels and Coach Phil Horton of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program, will kick off Black History Month events for the City of Portsmouth with the program S.T.E.M.-ulating Minds: Women at Work. She will share  what it takes to work for a professional racing team. (Presentation is included with admission).

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