An Invitation For

All Leaders

FREE First Annual


Friday March 27
New York City

We invite you and your team to join us for our first-ever Guide Event on Friday, March 27th, from 9 am to 2 pm. At this one day event, you will hear from leadership experts on the power of our internal narrative, and how this contributes to the ways in which we lead. Space is limited so register today!

Registration is FREE but space is limited!

Click here for our event brochure

1167 Virginia Ave

Bronx, NY 10472

Just Trying to Lead Guide event is located in Bronx NY. We are conveniently located off the 6 train at the Parkchester Station. There is a small parking lot on the premises and street parking is an option. 

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Schedule of Events

Our Speakers

Sarah Andreas, Ph.D. is an American author, speaker, and leadership development expert. She has written 4 books, two focusing on leadership and the other two concentrate on women who ride motorcycles. Dr. Andreas completed her Bachelor's degree in Business and Marketing and her Masters in Business Administration at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. She went on to complete her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership in 2019 at Johnson University. Her dissertation work was on how individuals experience leadership development.


Dr. Andreas tells that she truly began her leadership career when she started work for a Harley-Davidson dealership in 2005. While she worked for the dealership, she was exposed to leadership development and became enthralled with how individuals become successful in business and how leadership played a role in that success. In 2019, when she resigned from the dealership it had grown into the Ohio Motorcycle Group which has five Harley-Davidson dealerships.

Timothy Adour, Ph.D. is a lecturer and leadership development specialist. His
leadership abilities have taken him throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia as well as the United States. Dr. Adour received his B.A. in Theological Studies, Masters in Organizational Leadership and Ph.D. in Leadership Studies. Dr. Adour’s dissertation examined the mindset of entitlement and its effect in the workplace, education and faith

A key element to Dr. Adour’s leadership philosophy is self-awareness
leading to effective team building, thereby, creating organizational productivity.