Our Team2017-07-25T03:31:02-07:00

It has become all about the Woman … and the Bike … and the Ride.

We Teach, Counsel new riders,  Offer Seminars and Clinics and Partner with companies in both the Motorcycle and Mainstream Communities who wish to assist in amplifying impact for each rider attending.

Our Work at S.T.R.O.N.G. Women Media & Events is done To Make People’s lives better. 

Our Team

Joan Krenning
Joan KrenningFounder
Dawn Lee
Dawn LeeExecutive Director of the Steel Horse Sisterhood Charities


Brittany Morrow
Brittany MorrowDon't Get Skinned Alive
In 2005, Brittany Morrow was involved in a life-changing accident as a passenger on a sportbike.  She spent two months in the hospital and received skin grafts on over 50 percent of her body.  Since the accident, pictures of her injuries and articles about her experience have been posted on over 200 motorcycle forums in the United States alone. Brittany’s original article on her accident, written in first person form, was published in October 2006. Since then, it has spread across the world and is still receiving positive feedback from readers all over the globe.  Brittany was featured on the cover of the Dealernews supplement GEAR 2007 as a spokesperson for the well-known phrase ATGATT; All the gear, all the time.
Due to the overwhelming response to her story, Brittany has dedicated her life to the promotion of motorcycle safety apparel and the education of riders regarding this important aspect of the sport.  She has worked with countless
companies, groups, government organizations, dealerships, and social media communities to spread her message to riders everywhere. Her social media platforms command attention and have gained over 30,000 followers since 2010.
Her professional presentation promotes and urges all riders and passengers to wear gear every time they ride.  Her story has touched millions, and to this day, Brittany is still receiving emails from new readers applauding her for her
efforts and encouraging her to continue spreading the message.
Queen B – Brittany Morrow is continously proven as an industry leader for impactful and educational safety apparel presentations.
Pat Jacques
Pat Jacques“Taming Twisties: Simple skills for confidence and fun riding Twisties.”
On and off her motorcycle Pat Jacques is a genuine, courageous, authentic BadAss! She’s a pioneer woman who raced men’s motocross and Speedway, successful entrepreneur, and founder of ADVWoman. In 2016 she hosted the first ever Adventure Rally for Women, by Women emphasizing on range and classroom training. Pat’s passion is empowering women through personal and motorcycle coaching. She’s been riding, racing and teaching motorcycling over 40 years. She has a unique talent for breaking skills into teachable pieces, inspiring confidence, and helping riders to achieve tremendous success. Pat lives and rides high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is excited once again to join her Steel Horse Sisters.
June Cline
June ClineHumorist
The Southern, Sassy and Savvy Harley-Riding Humorist
June Cline knows how to rev up an audience with laughter. Her side-splitting stories come straight from life and the curves it throws. Learning to `laugh out loud` (LOL) while leaning into those curves of life is how we `Make It a Great Ride.` Not only is this the name of June’s highly acclaimed One Woman Show, it’s her motto for leading a happy, successful life.
Have you ever had an idiot moment? June Cline calls them “IMO’s”—those less than stellar moments that are embarrassing, terrifying or somewhere in between. You’ve probably experienced one or two yourself. That’s exactly what makes this humorist, author and entrepreneur connect quickly with her audiences. She prides herself on flushing out a snort-er while making others lose fluids with laughter, because they too, have been there, done that.
Some of June’s funniest and most requested IMO’s have come from her learning to ride later in life. At age 53, June bought a Harley-Davidson 883 Custom Deluxe Sportster she named Good Golly Ms Molly. When June did that, she fulfilled her lifelong dream—right up until her riding class voted her, “most likely NOT to succeed.” To say June had some challenges learning to ride would be—kind. For no reason, and while standing still in a parking lot, a riding range or at a red light of a busy intersection, her bike, Good Golly Ms Molly, would just fall over, taking June down with her. It took the third Instructor to right this wrong. Wait until you hear that story which may expose you as a snort-er or someone who’s losing fluids with laughter.
June Cline has performed on stage at convention centers across the country and Canada, as well as in well-known comedy clubs like Rick’s House of Comedy in Phoenix, AZ and The Punchline in Atlanta, GA. When she’s not making people laugh out loud, you can find her riding Good Golly Ms Molly on the beautiful twisty back roads of North Georgia. She loves coming home to Kennesaw, Georgia and her “mens” as she calls them, the light-of-her-life, Jerry Cline, and the Lucky Man, their rescued `crazed` Shih Tzu. Together, the three of them—
“Make Life a Great Ride.”