Flora Mayer

Tammy Tran
Principal Manager, Supplier Diversity & Development
Southern California Edison

Tammy Tran is a seasoned professional with experience spanning more than two decades across government, business, and nonprofit sectors. Currently, she serves as Principal Manager for Supplier Diversity & Development at Southern California Edison (SCE). In this role, she leads a dynamic team of advocates to promote the inclusion and growth of small and diverse business enterprises working alongside SCE to transform the electric power industry and accelerate the clean energy transition.

Tammy’s tenure at SCE began in 2013 as a Senior Community Liaison responsible for cultivating strategic partnerships and engagement with diverse community stakeholders across SCE’s service area. She has taken on diverse responsibilities and leadership roles, including Government Relations Manager, Senior Manager for Community Engagement, Senior Manager for Local Public Affairs, and President of SCE’s Asian Pacific Islander Employee Resource Group.

Prior to SCE, Tammy served as Deputy Chief of Staff and District Director for then California State Senator Lou Correa. She has also served as a campaign manager, political consultant, executive director for a nonprofit combating human trafficking, policy advisor to a member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, and field representative for a California State Assembly Member. Tammy, being fully bilingual, has also co-hosted a weekly Vietnamese television program to promote civic and community engagement.

Tammy is a community organizer at heart. She is champion for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) in the workplace and in leadership across different sectors. She is advocate for youth leadership, political engagement, and civic participation. She regularly volunteers to mentor immigrants, college and high school students. Tammy serves as boards of her children’s school Parent Teacher Association, Orange County Youth, OC Forum, Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP), Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment (CAUSE), DEI Advisory Committee for the Rancho Santiago Community College District, and Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce Advisory Council.

A proud product of Orange County public schools, Tammy earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with a minor in Health Communications and Master of Public Administration. Both degrees are from the University of Southern California.