- Tammy Tran named one of the “50 Most Influential Women in Houston For 2008” (Houston Woman Magazine).
- Tammy Tran named one of Houston’s most fascinating persons For 2003 by the Texas Medical Center Library.
- Tammy Tran named “The Pride of the Vietnamese.” (Trong Minh, Author & Ruth Talovich, Editor, The Pride of the Vietnamese, Selection IV) (T&T Printing CA 1998).
- Tammy Tran named Life Fellow of the Houston Bar Foundation.
- Tammy Tran named the First Vietnamese to serve on the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority (2001 – 2003).
- Tammy Tran hosts Weekly Vietnamese National Television Talk Show “Dien Dan Tu Tuong” (Expressing Forum); SBTN serving in 50 states in the U.S.A. as well as Australia and Canada (2007- 2010).
- Tammy Tran host the Tammy Tran Show: The Lives they Touch & The Love They Give.
- Tammy Tran selected to Serve as Mistress of Ceremonies at the Mayoral Inauguration of Dr. Lee P. Brown. The only Asian/Vietnamese to have ever been selected as Mistress of Ceremonies at a Mayoral Inauguration in Houston, Texas and Channel 2 reported that: “She stole the show.” (1997).
- Tammy Tran named as recipient of Americanism Award as Outstanding Naturalized American Citizen for 1996 from the Daughters of American Revolution. By virtue of this honor, Tran's biography is kept in the national archives in Washington, D.C.
- Proclamation from Mayor Robert Lanier of Houston Naming August 28, 1990 as Tammy Tran Day For Outstanding Achievements in the United States.
TAMMY TRAN MEMBERSHIPS
Member of the Vietnamese Holy Rosary Church and frequent attendee of Lakewood Church.
Member of the State Bar of Texas and licensed to practice before the Southern District of Texas.
Founding Member of Center for Women In Law, The University of Houston School of Law (2007– present).
Founder of The Vietnamese Asian Youth Organization.