Do you recall the story of Flight 1549, dubbed the “Miracle on the Hudson”?

Halftime Alum, Dave Sanderson, was on that flight. In fact, he was the last man off the plane after it landed on the Hudson River!

As he patiently waited in the 36 degree water of the Hudson River, Sanderson clung to a lifeboat until he was rescued. Flash forward, Sanderson has endeavored upon a new life path using public speaking and entrepreneurship to inspire leaders across the nation.

In some respects, Sanderson, president of Dave Sanderson Speaks Enterprises, was “baptized by fire” when he survived the plane crash . He emerged from the cold waters of the Hudson as a new man with a new mission. This, Sanderson says, marked the halftime of his life. If you find that you are adding dollars to your bank account, but lacking joy, Sanderson says the Halftime Institute in Dallas Texas can help. Entrepreneur Magazine recently interviewed Dave, and their encouragement from hearing his halftime story was, “Be like Dave — pursue your passion and make an impact. Your renaissance starts now.”

Listen to Dave’s recent interview with Entrepreneur Magazine here:


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Dominique Glanville
When Dominique discovered Halftime Institute, she knew her diverse experiences in executive coaching, pastoral ministry, consulting, marketing, event planning, and fundraising had uniquely prepared her for the role of Marketing & Events Manager.

Dominique joined Halftime Institute in 2016 after working for The Pursuant Group, where she served consulted large nonprofit organizations and ministries on fundraising and marketing. Dominique has also served as Director of Development for an international nonprofit helping women through microfinance, and as an Executive Coach for InsideTrack, Inc.

Dominique is a native Texan, but she has spent most of her adult life on the West Coast and internationally. Dominique studied Communication Studies and French in her undergraduate years at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. She spent several brief seasons working with church planters in France, The Netherlands, and Portugal. Her passion for ministry led her to Portland, OR, where she earned her Masters in Conflict Resolution at Portland State University.

Dominique and her husband, Dan, and their two sons, worship at Upper Room church in downtown Dallas. They love to travel internationally, explore the outdoors, and spend quality time with family and friends. They live in historic East Dallas, where they are involved in neighborhood outreach ministry.