BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The Nenagh Éire Óg Healthy Club Project will host a ‘Night with Christy Kenneally’ in the Scout’s Hall on Wednesday, April 15th at 8pm.
The theme of his talk is “from heartbreak to hope”. Admission is priced at €5 while under-18s will be admitted for free.
Born in Cork in 1948, Christy Kenneally is a veteran broadcaster and author of numerous publications, including the best-selling book ‘Living with Loss’.
Christy is well-known for his work in communicating with the terminally ill and the bereaved. The former presenter of RTÉ’s ‘No Frontiers’ says that we can become paralysed by the sudden losses which can bring significant change to our lives.
“Too often, we can sink into despondency and despair. It is possible to move from heartbreak to hope. All of us can develop the muscle of resilience to cope with and transform change. Individually or as a community, we can make a vital difference to someone shattered by sudden change and the sense of loss it brings” – Christy Kenneally
Christy scripted and presented a series for television on the great religions of the world, as experienced through their art and architecture which was entitled ‘Heaven on Earth’.
Christy is a graduate from the National University of Ireland with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Bachelor of Divinity. He has his own management training company with an extensive list of corporate clients including IBM, Lotus, Motorola, Analog Devices, O2 and the Mars Corporation.
Christy is a very perceptive and humorous speaker. He engages easily with his audience and is highly entertaining while at the same time delivering the keynote messages eloquently and with impact. He is a much in demand keynote and motivational speaker at conferences worldwide.