BIO Pattie Petty is wife of NASCAR commentator/past driver Kyle Petty. In October 2000, Kyle and Pattie partnered with actor, Paul Newman, to launch their most ambitious project-to-date, Victory Junction, a year-round medical camping facility that serves chronically ill children and their families. The project was founded in honor of their son, Adam (the first fourth-generation professional athlete in the United States), who died in May 2000 during practice for a NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Loudon, New Hampshire. Victory Junction has touched over 14,000 children and their families from all over the world since its inception in 2004. Pattie is the Co-founder, CEO, & Chairman of the Board for Victory Junction, the world’s largest medical camping facility based in North Carolina with a second camp scheduled to be built in Kansas City. In addition to Victory Junction, she is on the board of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride, has served as a board member of Brenner Children's Hospital, and is a past president of the Winston Cup Racing Wives Auxiliary. She holds a master’s degree in Child Developmental Psychology and undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Development. Pattie knows first- hand and has demonstrated The Courage to turn Adversity into Victory. Pattie Petty Website Position CEO and Co-Founder Victory Junction Contact