On January 15, 2009, CAPTAIN SULLY SULLENBERGER executed a successful emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 passengers and crew on board, and skyrocketing him to international fame as a hero. Tuesday marked 10 years since the historic flight, a milestone honored nationwide as Captain Sullenberger participated in a special event with the flight's survivors and was in-demand for exclusive, in-depth interviews with ABC News, The New York Times, and Esquire. One of the most iconic moments in modern history, the story of "The Miracle on the Hudson" inspires people worldwide, and Captain Sullenberger's enduring lessons from that critical day, and awe-inspiring messages on leadership, teamwork, preparedness, and decision-making under tremendous pressure, rivet audiences at each and every event. 

"Capt. Sully did a tremendous job addressing the nearly 1300 attendees at our industry's Outlook breakfast. His message about preparedness, and details... really resonated with our audience. His story-telling abilities kept the audience engaged, and his message about doing the right thing and the difference it can make was a thought-provoking reminder to everyone in the room... Everyone was talking about his presentation."

-Recreational Vehicle Industry Association

"Our Sales and Content leaders, were in awe when [Captain Sullenberger] took to the stage... There was not one sound in the room the entire time that he spoke... Captain Sullenberger was right on schedule for the start time and graciously stayed to the very end to take photos... When you book a speaking engagement with Captain Sullenberger, you will definitely get more than your money’s worth. He was professional, pleasant and most accommodating... this year’s conference will be ranked as one of the best ever!"

-Cox Media Group

Captain Sullenberger makes headlines on 10th Anniversary of Flight 1549

Captain Sullenberger was sought-out for an exclusive interview with ABC News's Amy Robach, during which they walked along the Hudson River and Sullenberger shared reflections on the remarkable teamwork of the flight crew and passengers, and his thought-process during the fateful moments just before and after the flight's emergency landing.

ABC's Good Morning America also brought viewers inside Captain Sullenberger's emotional reunion with passengers of Flight 1549 during a special 10th Anniversary event at the Carolinas Aviation Museum, where the aircraft is on permanent display. The segment quickly racked up over 100,000 views on Facebook.

With over 64K Twitter followers, Sullenberger's poignant and personal tweets of reflection over the course of the day, were retweeted thousands of times.

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Captain Sullenberger informs, empowers and moves audiences at every event

A gifted speaker with a message that resonates, in the coming months Captain Sullenberger is set to address thousands of audience-members nationwide, including at the prestigious Disney Data & Analytics Conference, Vision Source's The Exchange, The William Booth Society Dinner, the Maryland Hospital Association's Annual Meeting, and more.

Sought-out to address 10,000 attendees at the Fundacion Telemex and 750 attendees at the Missouri Hospital Association's Annual Convention, Captain Sullenberger delivered powerful insights on leadership, preparedness, and leading a life of excellence. Audiences at both events kept the tweets of praise rolling in, such as: "Very inspired by @CaptSully at the #MHA conference today!"; "Highly inspiring presentation by @CaptSully at #MSXXI. History of heroism and humanity"; "A hero! Chesley Sullenberger at #MSXXI. What a great speech!"

Following his credo, "leadership by personal example," Captain Sullenberger's actions and words inspire audiences wherever he speaks. Offering tangible lessons on how to excel in our personal and professional lives, he leaves audiences empowered and informed.