Women’s Motorcycle Conference *Online*: Connection

Connection – November 6-7, 2020
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Misty Johnson, Northwest Regional Sales Manager – DunlopMisty loves riding and being a part of an industry of enthusiasts. She has been with Dunlop for 13 years. Misty grew up with a love of motorcycles from her Dad who bought her a scooter in her teens and taught her how to ride. She went on to ride dirt and street bikes, and then work in the industry at local shops, distributors, and then Dunlop. Misty loves working for a company that supports the sport and riders all over the world.
Sara Lobkovich, Chief Curiosity Officer, The Moto CuriousSara is an avid and unlikely motorcyclist, who started riding for purely practical reasons (to skip the Ferry line while commuting to law school) nineteen years ago. These days she's a consultant and coach with a focus on change and transformation: work she never would have done were it not for the coaching and skill-building journey she's been on around riding for the last few years. Sara is Principal Consultant with Red Currant Collective, her change consulting company; she's also Chief Marketer for Counter Weight Motorsport, a race bike shop based in the Seattle area. And finally, she hosts The Moto Curious, a podcast and blog devoted to answering questions about motorcycling to help make motorcycling more accessible and inclusive for all riders.
Deyanira Mendoza Dominguez, Non-Boring Professional Engineer, AdventurerMade in Mexico, purely Canadian! Deyanira is a Professional Engineer, Certified/Designated Project Manager, and Woman of Action. Her motto is “making the impossible possible”. Deya has worked in energy and housing projects, and she is a motivational speaker on personal productivity. First published Latin-Canadian woman to complete a continuous two-year motorcycle journey through the Americas, doing research in 16 countries. Deya believes in living small/with less, alternative energies, prioritizing physical/mental health, and sharing privilege. She is one of the 250-Canadians selected to be a part of the 2020-Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference where candidates “help shape Canadians’ responses to upcoming challenges” and was recently recognized with “Mentor of the Year Award 2020” by Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, Canada.