Leadership Lesson: Bet on Yourself
Author, award-winning journalist, and advocate Tamron Hall, revered host of her eponymous The Tamron Hall Show, shares insights about leadership, overcoming obstacles, and building a mission-driven career in this motivating talk.
Shining a Light on Tough Topics
When it comes to difficult subject matter, award-winning journalist Tamron Hall confronts today’s most pressing issues with warmth and candor. After experiencing a personal loss to domestic violence, Hall has become an ardent advocate and philanthropic supporter of Safe Horizon – a national organization that offers a variety of programs to support survivors of abuse. In this impactful talk, Hall shares insights and empowerment.
Staying Creative and Connected
Accomplished TV host, journalist, and philanthropist Tamron Hall inspires viewers on a daily basis with her eponymous daytime talk show. Tamron brings the same candor and passion she is known for on air to each of her engagements, inspiring audiences with conversations about overcoming obstacles in the workplace and at home, and the creative opportunities for connection and re-invention even amid challenging times.
Tamron can deliver either virtual talks or Q+As, and has access to an in-home studio thanks to her show.
Tamron Hall is a strong advocate for victims of domestic violence, inspired by personal loss
As an award-winning journalist, TAMRON HALL is no stranger to tough topics that hit close to home. In an interview with Fast Company, Hall shares that real-life stories she covered as a hard-hitting journalist inspired her debut novel As the Wicked Watch, which became an instant Editor’s Pick on Amazon. Through her writing, the revered host of The Tamron Hall Show was able to process what she had experienced as a reporter, “and also what I’d experienced as a family member of someone whose life was cut short because of violence.” Hall has previously opened up about her sister’s murder, which is an unsolved crime believed to have been committed by someone she knew. As she told to Forbes, she was drawn to her new series, Court TV’s Someone They Knew, because “the team behind this show were focused on what we can learn from these cases versus ‘the glam crime’ that’s become so popular.” In other crime stories, Hall “often felt something was missing,” she shared with ABC News; “sometimes the reminder was missing that this was a real person.”
In addition to voicing her advocacy through creative mediums, the Variety “Power of Women” honoree has been making a difference through her work with Safe Horizon – a national organization that offers a variety of programs to support survivors of abuse. Hall established The Tamron ♥ Renate Fund in her sister’s honor, to aid Safe Horizon in their work, and also serves as an ambassador for the organization. No matter the issue, Hall empowers audiences with her warmth and candor, making an impact with audiences of all kinds.
Tamron Hall, host of multiple hit TV shows, covers the stories that matter most to audiences with passion and candor
Award-winning journalist and author TAMRON HALL is an Emmy-winning host who has been taking on the most captivating and thought-provoking issues facing the world for three decades. As the host of The Tamron Hall Show, Hall has received two Daytime Emmy Awards as well as two prestigious Gracie Awards from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. She is also the host of the Court TV series Someone They Knew, her second true crime series following Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall, and recently released her debut novel As the Wicked Watch, an instant Editor’s Pick on Amazon. In demand for events with groups like Microsoft, Google, Accenture, YWCA, the American Heart Association, and more, Hall inspires audiences with conversations about overcoming obstacles, creating connection, and thriving in the ‘now’.
Hall and her expansive cultural impact have been featured in Forbes, Vogue, The Washington Post, and many more, and she made history as the first African American female co-host of NBC’s TODAY, and served as the anchor for MSNBC’s Live with Tamron Hall. Audiences have turned to Hall – regardless of the network or medium – for her courageous curiosity, her warmth, her devotion to issues like the prevention of domestic abuse through her work with Safe Horizon, and her incomparable insights. As the YWCA raved, “Tamron touched this audience in a way that I cannot begin to describe… You can’t put a price tag on the value of giving someone hope.”
Virtual Programming: Incorporating a mental health component to your program is an important and timely addition. Combining it with star power draws a virtual crowd and keeps the discussion upbeat, with substantive storytelling to leave audiences feeling more connected, less alone, and hopeful.
More hosts are incorporating the topic of mental health into their programming, especially as Coronavirus has disrupted so many aspects of our lives at home, at work, and at play. Programs vary from light-hearted, interactive wellness breaks to head-on discussions about struggle and recovery. Combining the discussion with star power draws a virtual crowd and keeps the discussion upbeat, with substantive storytelling to leave audiences feeling more connected, less alone, and hopeful. Despite their public personas, many of our celebrity speakers openly share their vulnerabilities as a source of strength for others.
Wide receiver BRANDON MARSHALL shares his experience with borderline personality disorder and mental health advocacy; fan favorite RICKI LAKE speaks about loss, including her husband’s suicide; MARIA SHRIVER discusses overcoming family traumas; celebrity chef PADMA LAKSHMI shares her tips for mental health amid personal health struggles; former First Lady of Canada (and mom of the current President!) MARGARET TRUDEAU shares her struggle with bi-polar disorder; Emmy-winning talk show host TAMRON HALL discusses how her mental health was affected during her infertility struggles; megawatt superstar CHARLIZE THERON discusses her experiences with depression; power broker SCOOTER BRAUN and Football Hall of Famer TONY GONZALEZ recently shared in conversation about the importance of vulnerability; Army veteran, actor and survivor JR MARTINEZ speaks about healing physically, spiritually and mentally after his convoy was attacked in Iraq. Grief expert DAVID KESSLER literally wrote the book on processing loss, and speaks as both a grieving father of a lost child and a clinician. For powerful programs that make a difference, contact HWA to discuss incorporating a mental health component to your event.
Television host, award-winning journalist, and philanthropist Tamron Hall takes on the most captivating and thought-provoking issues facing the world every day as the host of The Tamron Hall Show in national syndication. For her work in the show’s first season, Tamron received the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host. The show was also awarded the prestigious Gracie Award from the Alliance For Women In Media Foundation.
She was also the host of Investigation Discovery’s Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall, where she went beyond the headlines to explore the nature and effect of crime on victims and communities, a subject that is very personal for her. Previously, Tamron was the first African American female co-host of TODAY and served as the anchor for MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall.
A Variety “Power of Women” honoree and an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Tamron empowers and inspires audiences with conversations about overcoming obstacles in the workplace and at home; domestic violence, homelessness, and literacy; her storied career; journalism and the media; and much more.