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Shattering Glass Ceilings on Two Wheels: Maggie McNally-Bradshaw

Updated: May 2

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Leadership on Two Wheels


Shattering glass ceilings on two wheels, Maggie McNally-Bradshaw, a prominent figure in both the tech and motorcycle worlds, has leveraged her dual passions to drive change and promote inclusivity. As the first woman chair of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) in 2013 and continuing in that role until 2020. Maggie has been instrumental in advocating for motorcyclist rights and safety, mirroring her commitment to innovation and user-centric solutions in her career.

 

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Motorcycle Rallies and Business Resilience

Her motorcycle journey started in 1981 and has included participating in and organizing numerous rallies and rides, emphasizing the importance of community and shared experiences in both her personal and professional life. These motorcycle activities not only fuel her enthusiasm but also enhance her leadership qualities—demonstrating resilience, strategic planning, and the ability to inspire and mobilize diverse groups towards common goals.


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Adapting and Leading in Tech

In her tech role, Maggie used her understanding of dynamic environments, a skill sharpened by navigating various road conditions and riding challenges, to manage complex IT projects and lead teams effectively. Her ability to adapt quickly and think on the move is reflected

in her agile management style and

innovative approach to technology.

 

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Maggie McNally-Bradshaw Trailblazer


When it comes to motorcycle enthusiasts both male and female, Maggie has proven to be a force to be reckoned with. This award winner not only rides her own, but lead her team consistently to higher levels of achievement on behalf of riders everywhere. Maggie continues to stay involved in motorcycling through advocating rider training and awareness. A big thank you goes out to Maggie from The Sophisticated Biker for standing in the gap and getting things done for us all.

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