Tamron Hall has had a storied career as an Emmy-winning journalist with her own syndicated talk show, The Tamron Hall Show, and she hopes that as he grows up, her 1-year-old son Moses Greener will be proud of his mother’s work.
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Tamron Hall shares Moses with her husband Steve Greener, and in a recent interview with ABC, she explained that it’s her son that drives her passion for storytelling.
“I hope he’s able to look at the work that I do and say, ‘I’m so proud of my mom,’” says Hall. “‘This is what my mom did and this is what my mom learned. And my mom learned this from somebody who’s on the show and she told me that story.’ And hopefully, he can contribute something positive to the world,” continued Hall. “Because ultimately, that’s what I want to do at our show. We have tough conversations. We have difficult conversations, but we laugh together. We cry together.”
Tamron Hall also spoke about her new perspective on life since becoming a mother. Before she had Moses, Hall was a “non-mom” and when people would tell her that “having a child” would make her a “better person,” she would brush it off. “I thought, ‘Wow… what do you mean by that?’” said Hall. “And I thought, ‘I don’t want to have that perspective.’ I’m hoping that life, and each experience I have with each person I meet makes me a better person.”
However, Tamron Hall welcomed Moses in April 2019, and from then on, her perspective on motherhood changed forever. “What Moses has brought to my life is certainly a deeper perspective as a working mom,” explained Hall. “I get choked up by the fact that two years ago I wasn’t worried about somebody else’s whole impression of life through my eyes.”