Stephanie a winner in any language
MANNING resident Stephanie Henny Trinh has been crowned Ms Australia Global United 2015.
Stephanie won the title after taking part in the Classic Australia Queens Quest (MAQuest), competing against other women from around the country.
The Sydney event awarded eight titles to women of different backgrounds aged 18 to 50 years of age who will represent Australia in competitions across the world this year.
The quest is not just about winning titles, it has a serious side, raising money and awareness for Teal Wings of Hope, a charity dedicated to researching ovarian cancer and those who suffer from the disease.
Stephanie, who is studying a Masters of Pharmacy, was the only West Australian representative among the eight titleholders.
Stephanie impressed the judges by creating an awareness campaign on ovarian cancer in multiple languages.
For further information about the Miss Australia Quest, visit www.maquest. com.au. For Teal Wings of Hope, visit www.tealwingsofhope.com.au.
Stephanie Henny Trinh was the only West Australian to take out a title in this year’s Miss Australia Quest.