Motivational, Hosts/MC's, Media
Quentin Kenihan was born with a serious bone disease. Thoughout his life he has broken 633 bones. Made famous by Mike Willesee, Quentin became a household name to the nation and known as the little Aussie battler. One of his major goals is to be able to inspire others so they can follow their dreams and reach the highest level of success.
Although he is disabled you'd hardly know it judging by all the work he does. In the past two years Quentin has produced seven projects including two television specials for Network Ten. He has done short films, commercials and corporate video's and is soon hoping to take the big step to feature films.
He has been an inspiration to thousands of people for his unique personality and his ability to overcome adversity against all the odds. One of his major goals is to be able to inspire others so they can follow their dreams and reach the highest level of success. If his past is anything to go by then Quentin is sure to achieve his goal and many more.
"Quentin checked out the Dinner venue with me, and after freshening up, made his way back to welcome the delegates during pre-dinner drinks. This is one area that I was most impressed with, as throughout his short stay, Quentin endeavored to meet every delegate and have a chat. At the dinner, he visited every table, some more than once. I don't think many guest speakers would have gone to this trouble with genuine interest and enthusiasm as Quentin provided. It was good to have 2 segments as Guest speaker, it balanced the dinner well, and people were not shy at asking questions. A number of wine gifts were distributed to those participants. Quentin's speech went down well, as did his impromptu answers. Toward midnight - Quentin and I had a go at singing 'Unchained Melody' to remaining diners. How he wasn't snatched up by Australian Idol - I don't know! The following morning after breakfast, Quentin visited the Conference area during morning tea and once again met with delegates and won more hearts. Thank you for arranging this special visit. Quentin is a wonderful gentleman with so many natural qualities."
Anne Oliver- 2004 NICAN Conference