A portion of the proceeds from the Tell Your Story Tour will go to these 5 foundations.
Village Impact provides access to community-led education, leadership, and economic opportunities for thousands of children and youth in rural Kenya.
Hello 7 Foundation provides vouchers for life-changing and life-saving services—namely, doulas, night nurses, midwives, and childcare—to Black birthing people in need.
Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls.
Marsha P. Johnson Institute protects and defends the human rights of Black transgender people by organizing, advocating, developing transformative leadership, and creating an intentional community to heal.
The Hope Center provides therapeutic services to the Harlem community in an effort to directly impact mental health needs and promote health and wellness.
If you don’t think your story is worth telling, we’ll help you reframe that mindset.
If you have no idea what your story is or how to write it, we are here to give you a framework.
If you need the confidence to share your story, we’ll give you the audacity to believe that stage is your birthright.
Equal parts inspiration and “get ya ass up”.
You’ll work directly with our team to identify, write, workshop, and share your story.
You will leave with a beautifully-crafted Signature Story, the audacity to tell it, and the knowledge of exactly how and where to share your story to achieve your goals.
Robert Hartwell is an award-winning Broadway performer, choreographer, director, producer, and CEO of Strength On Stages in NYC. He is the host and executive producer of Taking Back the House, a television show presented by OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, HGTV, and Scott Brothers Entertainment premiering in 2023.
From stage to screen, Robert creates jaw-dropping moments that leave audiences awestruck and inspired. You’ve seen Hartwell in Tony Award-winning Broadway musicals and featured in Pharrell and Jay-Z’s hit music video, “Entrepreneur.”
You might know Robert from his viral social media post. After purchasing a 200-year-old colonial mansion (which was built back when slavery was still legal Federally in the US), Robert inspired millions with his message of reinvention, liberation, and hope. As a Black gay man, he vowed to fill this home with love, honor his ancestors, tell their stories, and say their names.
Robert founded The Broadway Collective which made the Inc 5000 List for its rapid growth: 440% revenue increase in 3 years. He’s an intuitive entrepreneur who understands how to bring out the greatness inside each client.
As a director and choreographer his work has been seen at Lincoln Center in NYC, the Kennedy Center in DC, and numerous theaters across the country.
Robert divides his time between New York City, Los Angeles, and his new home in Massachusetts.