Christy Kenneally is a well-known Irish TV presenter, scriptwriter and author. Christy presented RTE's 'No Frontiers' series and has been published on numerous occasions.
"Maura's Boy", "The New Curate" "Life After Loss" and "Small Wonders" have all featured on Ireland's Bestseller list. In April 2006 Christy’s latest novel ‘The Remnant’ was published.
He scripted and presented a series for television on the great religions of the world, as experienced through their art and architecture, entitled Heaven on Earth.
Recently televised on TG4 and Channel 4 his documentary Na Déithe Caillte, (The Lost Gods), was a compelling landmark series that explored the religions that once lorded over vast and powerful empires, wonders at their distinctive cultures, art and architecture and details their destruction. In our time when tyrants and theocracies still exist, when religions veer towards fundamentalism and live under threat of extinction from scientific discovery and the rise of materialism, Na Déithe Caillte was a timely series.
Christy’s third television series, Criostaiocht begins on TG4 on Wednesday 16th April (night before the event) and will run for 6 weeks.
Christy was recently honoured to receive The Order of the Amazon, from the Polish Cancer Society, in recognition of his twenty years of involvement with Cancer Groups throughout the world. Henry Kissinger and Hilary Clinton are fellow recipients of the award.
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, the Mars Corporation etc.
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.
Christy is married and lives in Wicklow.
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