Kelley Earnhardt Miller, the sister of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and oldest daughter of the late Dale Earnhardt, has been named one of SportsBusiness Journal's Game Changers/Women in Sports Business.

In recognition of women having a major impact on the world of sports business, SportsBusiness Journal just published its fifth annual Game Changers/Women in Sports Business special feature.

On Thursday, the publication will hold its annual 2015 Game Changers Conference at the New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square where Earnhardt Miller will be among those honored.

The Game Changers Conference is a one-day event that focuses on the multiple ways in which women intersect with sports.

Considered one of the most prominent businesswomen in NASCAR, Earnhardt Miller is the co-owner, vice president and business manager for JR Motorsports -- the Mooresville, North Carolina-based racing team owned by Earnhardt Jr.

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Earnhardt Miller, who graduated from UNC-Charlotte in 1995 with a B.A. in Business Administration, oversees JR Motorsports' racing teams, management team and the business ventures of her younger brother -- NASCAR's 12-time most popular driver.