Sharon Prince Works To End Contemporary Slavery

 

Entrepreneur Sharon Prince been making an impact on the world of business for more than a decade. Prince is the chair and President of Grace Farms Foundation. This innovative company is focused on changing lives through nature, community and faith. Sharon Prince is responsible for this company’s unique vision and the company’s growth in recent years.

Sharon Prince and her company Grace Farms have a number of issues they are focused on. One of the biggest issues is tackling contemporary slavery. Recently Sharon Prince Grace Farms announced that it had come to an agreement with he country of Georgia. These two sides have worked to create a set of standards that promote transparency in helping to bring an end to contemporary slavery.

In an article with Patch.com entitled “Grace Farms Foundation Signs Deal To Fight Contemporary Slavery”, talks about this Memorandum of Understanding with the country of Georgia and Unchain which discusses creation of set of standards and practices that promote supply chain transparency to help bring an end to the world’s largest, yet under recognized problem: contemporary slavery.

This unique partnership will work to educate people, leaders and investors in other countries about the many benefits of being transparent in corporate supply chains. This has long been a focus for Sharon Prince during her career. Go Here for additional information.

Sharon Prince recently spoke about the importance of ending contemporary slavery. When speaking about this partnership Prince stated that it is critical to develop strategies that disrupt human trafficking and gender-based violence. This is crucial to fulfilling the mission of her company. Prince considers it a privilege enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with one of the world’s leading nations.

Sharon Prince has built an impressive resume during her career. Sharon Prince has served as the commissioner of the Pritzker Prize-winning firm SANAA. As part of her commitment to reuniting children with their families, Prince has served on he Board of Next Generation Nepal. She has also served as the President of the outerwear brand 66North. Sharon Prince holds both a BA and MBA from the University of Tulsa. She continues to work to be an innovator in all the work that she does.

 

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Sharon Prince’s Vision For The Grace Farm Community Center

 

When a collection of friends and neighbors from Connecticut decided that the community needed a center with multifunctional capabilities, no one knew at the time that it would become one of the country’s most beautiful and awarded architectural works of our time.

The project which was funded by the Grace Farms Foundation wanted something down to earth and spiritual without having people mistake it for an Amish farm. Because the center was built in Connecticut, real estate was extremely low priced and offered some of the most beautiful locations. The project would go on to cost Grace Farms $120 million, which included purchasing acres within some of the most expensive areas of Connecticut.

For the design of the project, Grace Farms hired an award-winning architecture firm SANAA, to be in charge of the aesthetics of the project. The multifunctional center named “Grace Farms” for the foundation that funded the project opened on October 9th with great reception.

Sharon Prince, the president of the Sharon Prince Grace Farms Foundation stated that the center was exactly what she hoped for. She toured the facility in awe along with other distinguished visitors such as hedge fund executive Robert P. Prince of Bridgewater Associates and about a hundred more donors of the project.

Later, Cliffe Knechtle, the pastor for the Grace Community Church provided the facility for a blessing prior to its opening. The project was approved mainly on the grounds that it would convey a religious goal, however, according to Grace Farms, the facility is opened to all and every religion.

The initial proposal of the look of the center by Sharon Prince caught the firm a little off guard at first. Kazuyo Sejima, the co-principle of the architect firm commented on how Sharon Prince and Grace Farm wanted a new look to the center, something that helped it blend it into the beautiful nature in the background. Go To This Page for more information.

 

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A Herculean Visionary Of This Era; Sharon Stone

 

Founder and president of the noble recondite Grace Farms Foundation; Sharon Prince uses this platform to improve vitality through community, justice, arts, nature and faith. Growing up in ten different states, Sharon explains her first-hand experience with lack of consistency as the main drive for Grace Farms Foundation. Through understanding the familiar deposit that brings humanity together from the age of fifteen, she has since devoted her life to serving others bringing grace and peace for all. This has garnered multiple awards for Grace Farms also for its input towards environmental sustenance, social good and contributions to architecture.

Sharon Prince Grace Farms Foundation is privately operated on 80 acres’ piece of land in New Canaan, Connecticut United States open to all giving people a chance to engage with different faceted programs. The unending pursuit of justice and faith.

A Platform for Social Good and Justice

Because of her foundation, she has contended human trafficking, child exploitation and violence against women both locally and internationally. Alongside other agencies, Grace Farms Foundation has global media campaign plans underway to end modern day slavery, “Unchain: Freedom Needs Fighters”.

A report was published to the United Nations Security Council with the title Fighting Human Trafficking in Conflict after a convening with the United Nations which she hosted, in 2016. Go To This Page for related information.

For Nepal, Ms. Prince Serves on the board of a charity committed to reuniting child exploitation victim families, Next Generation Nepal and in 2017 received a NOMI Network’s Abolitionist Award among others.

Before the inception of Grace Farms foundation, she was the president of an Icelandic technical outwear brand.

Through all her endeavors, Sharon Prince finds strength in her faith in God, serving people with an openness and faith that God will be with her. She is an alumni of Tulsa a BA and MBA holder.

Sharon Prince has demonstrated her leadership abilities in many ways. Prince has serves on the Board of Next Generation Nepal. Two years ago Sharon Prince received the NOMI Network’s Abolitionist Award along with the “Auburn Seminary’s Lives of Commitment Award”. Her resume also include working as the President of 66North, a technical outerwear.

 

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