NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver

Armani Williams

Armani Williams has a future in motorsports that is both remarkable and bright. He currently drives in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and is the first professional NASCAR driver to be openly diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A fierce competitor on the track, Armani uses his racing career as a platform to draw awareness and acceptance to Autism and to create better life outcomes for families impacted by the disorder.

On The Agenda
General Session

Lunch Keynote: Autism Accessibility for Destinations

Tuesday, May 2nd (Day 1)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Ballroom ABCD
Our host city, Visit Mesa, became America's first ever autism certified city and continues to prioritize accessible and inclusive tourism. Alison Brooks, Visit Mesa, will be joined by Meredith Telkin, the President of the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), and Armani Williams, the first NASCAR driver to be openly diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, to discuss the process of certification and importance for all destinations to be more accessible to travelers.