Stephanie a win­ner in any lan­guage

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Front Page -

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.

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