Angie Sandow is an inspirational speaker with extensive experience helping others reach their goals and achieve success. She passionately shares her experiences of living with a limb difference and surviving breast cancer to encourage and motivate others.
After hearing Angie speak, you will be ready to smash through obstacles of your own and inspire others to do the same.
Angie is thrilled to announce that her book "FROM CHEMO TO THROTTLE" is now available for sale! "FROM CHEMO TO THROTTLE" tells the story of how Angie accomplished whatever she set her mind to, despite being born with a variety of congenital birth defects, the most noticeable being the limb difference of her right arm and hand. Often judged based on her appearance, Angie never let the opinions of others stand in her way. From playing lead guitar in her AC/DC Tribute Band "BARE RUMP" to fulfilling her lifelong dream of riding a motorcycle after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Angie never knew the meaning of the word "can't" (and still doesn't)!
Gary Ilminen of Ultimate Motorcycling, recently reviewed "FROM CHEMO TO THROTTLE" and had this to say;
"FROM CHEMO TO THROTTLE" will inspire and uplift you and motivate you to share Angie's message - "Why Discourage When You Can Encourage
YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!
How does a breast cancer diagnosis motivate one to ride a motorcycle despite being born with a limb difference to their right arm and hand? Angie shares her story to inspire and demonstrate what can be accomplished with grit and determination. The word “can’t” does not exist.
Angie will be speaking at the Carriage House located at Fort William Henry on Wednesday May 31 at 5pm and Saturday, June 3 at 11am
If you are looking at the Fort from Canada Street, the Carriage House is located on the left side of the property, lakeside by parking lot 3.
THE STRENGTH FROM WITHIN
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSES IN ONCOLOGY
Angie was honoured to have been selected to share her story with the Canadian Association Of Nurses In Oncology on Wednesday April 4, 2023 - Oncology Nursing Day.
This speaking opportunity allowed Angie to give thanks to all who helped and supported her throughout her cancer journey in addition to recognizing all for the amazing work which they do every single day.
Angie Shares Story With Members Of The Canadian Progress Club
On October 7, 2022, Angie shared her story with members of the Canadian Progress Club at their National Convention held at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, Ontario. Angie was honoured to be selected to speak in front of members who were celebrating their club's 100 years of service. As she told her story, Angie demonstrated why the word "CAN'T" should not exist in anyone's vocabulary, and the importance of not allowing oneself to be judged or to judge others. Members found her presentation to be inspiring and heartwarming and thanked her with a standing ovation.
ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION
AWARD WINNER - BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
"ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION" won the "BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE" award at the 2022 THE MOTORCYCLE CHANNEL FILM FESTIVAL
Canadian short documentary ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION was selected as MOST INSPIRATIONAL FILM by the SOUTH JERSEY MOTORCYCLE FILM FESTIVAL November 23, 2021. Angie was very thankful for the film to have been recognized in this way.
ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION was selected by the Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival!! Angie was so excited and grateful to have been a part of this fantastic festival!
ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION was awarded BEST DIRECTOR and BEST EDITING by the Hollywood North Film Awards May 30, 2021.
ANGIE - TALES OF DETERMINATION is the inspirational story of how a breast cancer diagnosis received in February 2014 motivated Angie to start riding her own motorcycle despite being born with a limb difference to her right arm and hand.
ANGIE -TALES OF DETERMINATION
SELECTED AS MOST INSPIRATIONAL FILM
BY THE 2021 SOUTH JERSEY MOTORCYCLE FILM FESTIVAL
ANGIE SHARED HER STORY
TALES OF DETERMINATION - FROM CHEMO TO THROTTLE
The Women’s Motorcycle Conference gives a voice to all women on all bikes from all disciplines of riding.
The ONLINE Conference featured content curated exclusively for female motorcycle riders and those women interested in the motorcycling lifestyle.
The online conference was held Friday, March 12 - Saturday March 13 and featured 25 presenters, 22 Presentations + 3 Live Connection Sessions
Angie is thrilled to have been a part of this amazing event!!