Erik Moses' Journey to NASCAR Track President

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Erik Moses’ journey to NASCAR track president was circuitous. With his hopes of becoming a player agent dashed in law school, Erik moved from practicing private law to corporate roles before finding his legs in the sports world as Washington DC’s Sports& Entertainment Commissioner. Today, Erik is building a bridge to NASCAR. As the first Black track president, Erik feels the responsibility to construct a brand that is valuable to the community while pushing against stereotypes.

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Adam Sansiveri
Managing Director —Head of the Nashville Private Client Group and Co-Lead Sports and Entertainment Group

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