"Captain Sullenberger had everyone riveted to their seat. You could hear a pin drop in the room."


At the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association's National Trade Show, Captain Sullenberger left an audience of 1,300 attendees in awe:

"His message about preparedness, and details, and the important role they play in decision making 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."  
From a financial conference attendee:

"I had the pleasure of hearing Capt. Sullenberger speak last week from the front row. Really an inspiring talk and individual. So many of the lessons from that vivid crisis management episode have been rolling around in my head the last couple of days. I highly recommend you bring him to your event if you have the opportunity."  
A Few of Captain Sullenberger's 2017 Events: 

From a forum featuring "top flight keynote speakers" in California to an executive program for business leaders in Florida, Captain Sullenberger's wisdom and leadership is increasingly sought-after in the midst of the uncertainty surrounding 2017. 

Sully wows senior managers at ExxonMobil with his 208 Seconds: A Lifetime of Lessons speech 

Sully receives a standing ovation at the Mahaffey Theatre in St. Petersburg 
What's new with Captain Sullenberger: 
At the request of former Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Captain Sullenberger became a new member of the DOT’s Advisory Committee on Automation in Transportation as of January 2017. Responsible for fostering "some of the most significant technological changes to ever take place in transportation," the DOT Committee will advise on transportation automation issues across a range of industries.

In February, the feature film “Sully” won the Readers' Choice Award at AARP's Annual "Movies for Grownups" Awards Show, and Captain Sullenberger accepted the award on behalf of the film. In a star-studded night that included a Career Achievement Award for Morgan Freeman, and speeches from Viola Davis, Denzel Washington and Helen Mirren, "the evening's longest standing ovation went to Capt. 'Sully' Sullenberger..."
Watch Captain Sullenberger discuss the importance of asking "why" in the constant struggle for excellence >> 
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Heralded by audiences as the "best speaker they've ever had the pleasure of hearing," "timely, powerful, authentic," and"really an inspiring individual," Captain Sullenberger is in high demand from coast to coast.  A living American hero internationally renowned for the "Miracle on the Hudson" landing of US Airways Flight 1549, Captain Sullenberger leaves a lasting impression whether he's consulting industry leaders as a safety expert or captivating a packed conference hall with his one-of-a-kind story of inspiration and execution in times of crisis. Event planners praise him as an "outstanding" "thought-provoking" and "tremendous" speaker who always keeps the "entire audience 'rapt.'"