Special Guest – Sylvia Waller former USOA Mrs Colorado
Sylvia Waller is the former USOA Mrs. Colorado 2019, USOA
Mrs. Congeniality 2019. And currently Mrs. Southland 2020
competing for Mrs. Colorado America 2020 in July. Sylvia is truly honored, grateful, and very excited to walk this journey once again. Sylvia is married with 4 adult children and a loveable pit terrier Quincy. Sylvia has a BA Marketing Degree from The University of
Texas at Arlington. With 20 years’ experience as a personal lines and commercial lines marketing underwriter, Sylvia made a career change and obtained her esthetics license in 2011 to pursue her passion in the beauty industry. As a medical esthetician and
freelance makeup artist, she enjoys empowering women to enhance their natural beauty and explore their inner beauty. Sylvia loves encouraging women to strive to be a better version of themselves. Sylvia believes Beauty Runs Skin Deep and embraces this philosophy. With her developing brand and business, “Beauty Runs Skin Deep”,
Sylvia encourages women to embrace their own style and uniqueness with confidence. One of her favorite quotes is by Jay Danzie,” My smile is my logo and my personality is my business card. How I leave others feeling after having an experience with me
becomes my trademark.” This quote empowers her.
Sylvia is a community advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association and has chosen The Alzheimer’s Association as her platform due to her family’s history of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Sylvia loss her dad to dementia and heart failure in 2017. She seeks to raise awareness of a healthy lifestyle, diet, exercise and the connection to brain health,
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and related conditions. As a volunteer community educator for The Alzheimer’s Association, Sylvia will help seek change to raise awareness of early investigation, diagnosis, promote caregiver support; as an educator, she empowers the
community with knowledge of services for individuals and families dealing with dementia and related conditions. Sylvia also enjoys partnering with self-image workshops for small women’s groups to encourage women of all ages to feel confident in the skin they are in. And to always seek ways to reinvent themselves and embrace their inner and outer beauty at any age.
Grand Marshall – Moira Zinn
it’s not strange to arrive at a board meeting or attend a client meeting with a helmet in one hand and a briefcase in another. Showing up on two wheels is actually a calling card which helps her connect with her powersports clients. Zinn is founder of Powertrip Industries, an event management and experiential marketing agency that provides turn-key event production. Motorcycles are what got her traction managing events for major vehicle manufactures. Specializing in live experiences and social interaction, Powertrip Industries creates exceptional consumer experiences for their clients. Zinn and her team use their power for good making her clients’ events shine whether their product is on wheels or otherwise. A perennial voice in the powersports community, Zinn also is a public speaker, Master of Ceremonies, trainer, frequent radio and podcast guest. With a multifaceted skill set and her finger on the pulse of motorcycling, it’s no wonder that her two daughters share the same passion for two wheels. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Deputy – Courtnye Nix
I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2000. For many years I let MS control my life, living in a bubble of caution. Several years ago, after having a tough few years, I decided it was time to throw caution to the wind and start working on my bucket list before it was too late. Four years ago, my husband decided we should start riding motorcycles. I have been blessed to meet some of the most amazing people from all over the world and visit places I never would have thought possible. I have gone “all the way” with Run For The Wall, accepted the challenge with Hoke Hey Motorcycle Challenge, represented the US at Mega Babe Raid in Australia and traveled the world with Women Riders World Relay. Whether riding with a group or by myself, sleeping on the side of the road or in a 5 star hotel, around town or across the country riding has brought me a freedom I had never expected to experienced.
Motorcycle Princess (Jennifer Sievers)
I started riding in 2006. I first bought a Honda 250 to learn on, it was the best decision because I felt bigger than the bike and it didn’t overwhelm me, I felt empowered. I live in Scottsdale, Arizona and I traveled by myself as far North to Vancouver Island, Canada on her and as far East with friends to Milwaukee, Wi. I can’t wait to take her to the East Coast.
I started Motorcycle Princess back in July of 2019 as my love for riding and people lead me down this path. I want to continue to help foster this sisterhood between all of us windsisters, with my energy and encouragement. I want to help show ladies the excitement, pure utter joy of riding and how to have fun and make life long friends that you would never have met with being on a bike.
So ladies you can do it, we are all here to support you! You’ve got this. “Saddle Up, Let’s Ride”.
Back by Popular Demand!!!!! Momma D is a motivational speaker, published writer, and long-distance motorcycle rider. She made history in Honolulu, Hawaii on September 13, 2006 by becoming the first person in the world to ride the same motorcycle consecutive days, solo, through 50 of The United States!
Has a passion for motorcycle riding and adventure quests. She spent her teenage years finding ways to get to ride without her parents finding out. Once on her own, Jill bought her first motorcycle for $600 and rode it into the ground. That was 30+ years and several
motorcycles ago and Jill has found another way to get to ride; this time it’s all over the country!
She created 360 Biker Life in 2017 to photograph bikers and collect quotes and short stories from their lives. These photo and stories are featured on the 360 Biker Life Facebook page and a book will be published later this year.
In addition to traveling for 360 Biker Life, Jill participated in the 2018 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge (#949) and in 2019 Jill rode in the Medicine Wheel Ride for MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women) and the Women’s Ride World Relay. She served as President of the Dallas-Ft Worth chapter of the Ladies on Wheels Motorcycle Club from 2005 to 2017.
Dr. Saint James
Dr. Saint James is a Whiskey drinking, Harley riding, Cigar-smoking, Cussing, Public Speaker, Best Selling Author & Life Coach who has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and FORTUNE Magazine