House of Representatives Candidate for Ballarat, VIC
Tran was born in Vietnam in 1980. She spent her early childhood in Vietnam and migrated to Australia as a refugee in 1994. She has lived in a refugee camp for 5 years before migrating to Australia. She was only 15 years old when she arrived with her family. Tran completed her secondary education in Australia and is currently employed as an Educator of Early Childhood.
Tran became an Australia citizen 1996. She now considers Australia her home and is very proud and honoured to call herself Australian
Tran works with children as both a carer and an educator in Christian schools in the Glen Waverly area. She loves children and likes to take care of them, teaching and supporting them. Tran Tran as she likes to be called also helps take care and teach the children at her Church, wherever the children are is where you will find Tran.
Tran likes to meet new people; she is not shy at all and will strike up conversations with the most reserved of people.
Tran joined Rise Up Australia Party because she believes in the vision and the policies of the Party.
Tran Tran is committed to standing up for the Values and freedoms of her country of choice for the last 21. She believes migrating to Australia was the best move of her life and she is determined to ‘Keep Australia Great’ for the future of her nation.
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