This week on Acta Non Verba, Dave Sanderson, a survivor of the “miracle on the Hudson” shares how the event and his mentor’s teachings on keeping one’s word and taking decisive action shaped his response during the crisis. He recounts the crash of US Airways flight 1549, the immediate aftermath, and his role in helping others. The conversation highlights the importance of leadership, taking action in adversity, and finding meaning in life’s challenging moments.
Dave Sanderson, a nationally recognized leadership speaker and author, is best known as the inspirational survivor of “The Miracle on the Hudson.” As the last passenger off US Airways Flight 1549, he turned his profound experience into a mission to encourage others, sharing coping skills and valuable leadership lessons worldwide. Named one of Inc.com’s Top 100 Leadership speakers, Dave has raised over $14.8M USD for the American Red Cross in the last decade. Based in Charlotte, NC, he enjoys life with his wife Terri of 35 years and their grateful children.
You can connect with Dave here: davesandersonspeaks.com