Thank you for your interest in having Romal speak or conduct a workshop at your event. He is grateful for every opportunity to share and make a difference. While Romal would love to say yes to the many speaking requests he receives, the realities of his schedule, means we can only accept a limited number of engagements. As our advisory board prayerfully considers your event, please provide us with the requested information below.
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I met Romal Tune after hearing him speak at Portland’s Faith & Culture Writer’s Conference. Romal is a dynamic storyteller with a powerful and wonderfully convicting story. Halfway thru his first talk, I realized I had stopped breathing. Looking around the room, I realized I wasn’t the only one captivated by his honesty. Romal speaks with a wonderful blend of passion and humility and he engages his audience through vulnerability. His message resonated deeply and encouraged me to look at my faith through the lens of a changed and restored life.

AMY IVEY – Blogger/Writer – Portland, OR June 13, 2017

We were able to bring Romal to Mobile for an incredible two-day experience. He was equally at ease in sessions with adults and with students. His powerful story of facing and overcoming the challenges he had while growing up mirrors what many students continue to face in their lives. He speaks of grace and overcoming adversity, and delivers a message of hope. Students easily relate to his message and desperately need to hear it. As part of his time with us Romal was able to talk to a class of inner city students. As I watched the faces of the attentive students and was struck by how empowered and vital his work is. Romal is a vessel for bringing hope to an overlooked generation. Romal is genuine, well prepared, and easy to work with. The size of the venue is irrelevant – he is consistently focused on helping hurting people find healing and hope.

JAN BAILEY – Co-Director Raise the Roof Project – Mobile, AL June 13, 2017

I first encountered Romal when I was organizing the Faith Forward gathering, a networking and resourcing event for leaders. His enthusiasm for our work was immediately evident, and I was incredibly grateful that he agreed to speak at our gathering. Since this time, I have had the opportunity to hear Tune speak a few more times. Each presentation he has offered has been brilliant yet down to earth, eloquent and accessible. He speaks with conviction and passion, bringing attention to the people that many tend to forget about. Tune encourages and equips audiences to take up the challenges he poses and make a difference in the world. Passionate, personal, and profound, Tune casts a vision that’s worth believing in.

DAVID M. CSINO – Author, Speaker, Founder and President of Faith Forward – Chicago, IL June 13, 2017

Romal is one of the few entrepreneurial consultants working successfully at the intersection of faith, the private sector, and education to address the needs of leaders. He is making a significant impact in communities across the country and inspiring people to lead differently in the world. Romal demonstrates how it’s possible by sharing his own journey. He shares lessons learned and the wisdom he has gained by reflecting on his own story, struggles and journey toward becoming a successful leader. Our conference attendees were moved and inspired to explore the wisdom in their own stories. Romal is an exemplary leader and a consummate professional. I highly recommend him to others seeking to inspire their teams to lead more effectively by connecting purpose and passion.”

STEPHEN LEWIS, President, FTE – Atlanta, GA June 13, 2017

“We are called to love people (even those who are incapable or unable to love back) beyond the mistakes they have made- and, in so doing, we come face to face with shame, personal biases, and our own painful stories.” ~Romal Tune