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Rani Hong combines her nationally recognized business skills with her passion to affect change for exploited women and children. She has contributed to the passage of precedent-setting laws in Washington State, making it a national leader for addressing the crimes against women and children. Rani has advised U.S. Congress, the White House and international parliaments on the prevention of human trafficking. Rani is a United States American Embassy speaker for the Department of State domestically and abroad to lobby for the rights of women and children.
She and her husband, Trong Hong, founded the Tronie Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting education, policy change, and restoration for children of violent crimes. For the past 10 years, Rani has shared her story in international media, including “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and BBC World News, describing her plight as a child slavery survivor in India. She also works with journalists in print, radio, and television to be a voice for those enslaved. Rani has worked directly with over 50 women and children who have been exploited in 6 different countries. Rani has been honored with many awards, including the 2010 Jefferson Award for Washington State and the 2008 United Nations Human Rights award
Here is a video highlighting Rani’s story as seen on Oprah.