Temple looks to NBC’s Tamron Hall to replace Cosby on board

Tamron Hall
FILE - In this Dec. 6, 2014 file photo, Tamron Hall arrives at Selma And The Legends That Paved The Way Gala in Goleta, Calif. Temple University trustees are expected to vote next week on naming NBC correspondent Tamron Hall to fill a seat on the board vacated by Bill Cosby last year. Cosby resigned from the board in December following renewed allegations that he drugged and sexually assaulted women over many years. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Temple University trustees are expected to vote next week on naming NBC correspondent Tamron Hall to fill a seat on the board vacated by Bill Cosby last year.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that board chairman Patrick O’Connor said the 1992 Temple grad has the support she needs for approval. Trustees are to vote Tuesday. He called Hall a “vibrant, loyal alum” who will add “a new dimension” to the 36-member board.

Hall grew up in Texas and joined NBC in 2007. She currently hosts an hour of the “Today” show. In a story in the school’s magazine, she says Temple “gave me my confidence.”

Cosby resigned from the board in December following renewed allegations that he drugged and sexually assaulted women over many years. He’s never been charged with a crime.

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