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Tamron Hall "Game Chang-HER"

Tamron Hall
Tamron was the first black Anchor on the Today Show.  
A down to earth woman. She is truly beautiful from the inside out. I watched  Deadline Crime with Tamron Show and learned the producers wanted her because she was connected and brought an emotional component to the series. Tamron's objective was for people to trust and tell their stories. As she grew in her career she revealed, related and used her voice for the greater good! It takes a great deal of strength to share a story without receiving backlash or being judged. Many suffer in silence. Opening up can be healing, having a listening ear and know there are many ways to tell your story. Through art, music, writing, television, and media. As Tamron shares it's a journey of responsibility. She is spiritual and one of my inspirations through her activism, education, journalism and work ethic. The best quality is her honesty and humility. Through it all she displays both work/ life balance. Tamron's dedication and consistency has led her to evolve, help others and have The Tamron Hall Show. I admire and understand Tamron Hall for making a difference, utilizing her platforms and voice for the betterment of others and provide opportunities to learn and grow. It's a beautiful thing! A true leader by example. Thank you Tamron Hall grow higher you are deeply rooted. Salute to you on your journey! 

Fair Exchange & Giving Back "Fair Exchange No Robbery" 

Day One organization helps with dating responsibility. End dating abuse and domestic violence through community education, supportive services, legal advocacy and leadership development. 

Safe Horizon The Tamron Renate Fund in honor of her sister to support Safe Horizon in helping victims and their families. Safe Horizon is a great organization that has helped me in so many ways that I definitely made the commitment to continue to contribute and support others. You can find more information in my blog posts as well as Safe Horizon website

Tamron has some great quotes and thoughtful words that can inspire to have an open ear, mind and heart. Tamron not only shares her words of wisdom but practice it as well. It's real and comes from an organic place 

"I'm a girl from the underdog background" 
Many of us can relate to this, remember you will Shine! 

Stop defending your" 

"Stand out by existing"

"The way I was raised, you listen to people. You don't tell them who they are 
you let them tell you" 
Listen & Observe

More inspiration can be found on the Tamron Hall Show website:

Motherhood & Purpose
Tamron Hall Parents Magazine:

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