Coleman Global provides leadership development and community empowerment workshops to individuals and organizations.
Through our Arts services, we create positive-focused entertainment experiences for people to enjoy around the world.
Timothy ‘StoneDancer’ Coleman is a songwriter with Sony Music Publishing, with a song placement on a Grammy Nominated Jazz/Funk Album. He performed the role of ‘Benny’ in RENT and ‘Jack’ in Jekyll and Hyde, both on Broadway. His book, “Finding your Purpose” will be professionally released in 2023.
Timothy has been serving under-resourced communities for over 22 years. In that time, he has been responsible for managing $20M in grants and funding geared towards bringing new educational opportunities through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) programming to communities all around New York City.
Recently, Timothy was elected Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Bronx Independent Cinema Center.
Our online podcast station was created to uplift the legacy of the late Rev. Donald L. Coleman, a Vietnam veteran and CEO of a community-based nonprofit that he ran for over 30 years.
Rev. Coleman was also a Gospel Radio DJ for most of his life.
This video represents one of our shows, “Morning Minute with Timothy StoneDancer Coleman”. In Season 2, we focus on teaching the global community, “How to Find Your Purpose”.
As the Project Manager for the MBK Grant for the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx (Dept of Educations, Community School District 7), I was able to bring together multiple NYC-based partners to uplift and support children and families through STEAM programming.
COVID-19 changed the landscape for how we served the South Bronx. Many of the inconveniences that others felt in more affluent neighborhoods were the daily struggles being felt in the Mott Haven community for decades.
Our program design had to be reworked to include online trainings and engagement opportunities, which started with a partnership I created that eventually led to the donation of over 600 desktop computers and laptops being donated to families who previously had no technology in their homes.