Michael Hingson is an internationally acclaimed public speaker and consultant who uses his personal stories and experiences escaping from and surviving the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 as the backdrop for his talks on the life lessons he has learned growing up in a world different from what most of us experience. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle.
Since that day not only has Michael been in constant demand by meeting planners, companies, associations, and organizations of all sizes to speak at their events, but he is also called on regularly to use his expertise as a blind person to consult with different groups and the media on subjects related to technology, diversity and inclusion. In countless TV and radio appearances, feature articles, and speaking engagements, Michael Hingson does much more than simply tell his own 9-11 story; he continuously explores the broader lessons of his life and experiences inspiring and motivating audiences with topics such as:
• Trust & Teamwork
• Human-Animal Bond
• Moving from Diversity to Inclusion
• Strategies for the Future
• Adapting in Challenging Times
Read Michael Hingson story, review some of his suggested program ideas, and then call or email him to explore how he can help make your events more interesting and memorable than you ever could've imagined.