Assistant Professor of Counseling at San Diego State University and Director of Research and Development at Center for Community Counseling and Engagement. Dr. Tran studies subtle gender biases within the educational context for students and faculty, especially women and people of color. She holds a Ph.D. in Community and Prevention Psychology, is a funded National Science Foundation researcher, has held multiple national elected positions in the Asian American Psychological Association and the Society for Community Research and Action, and has developed and runs several leadership and empowerment programs for students and early career professionals nation-wide. Dr. Tran's work received attention in the Teaching Tolerance magazine and two separate amicus briefs in the University of Austin, Texas vs. Fisher U.S. Supreme Court case. As a professor at SDSU, she trains master's level multicultural community counseling students and serves as the faculty advisor to the Asian Pacific Student Alliance.

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