Sharon Prince is the head of Grace Farms Foundation. She is both the president and the chair of the firm. Grace Farms Foundation was founded in the year 2009 as a private foundation and their objective is to make lives better by engaging in arts, justice, nature, faith and community. Since opening, Grace Farms Foundation has been seen as a place of peace and grace.
Sharon Prince Grace Farms has won many awards for their contribution to social good, environmental sustainability and architecture which includes 2017 AIA national Architecture award, Fast Company’s innovation by design 2016 and also Mies Crown Hall award which she received in a symposium in the Illinois Institute of Technology. Sharon Prince in the year 2018 was appointed for an architecture jury award caked AIA Institute honor Awards. Read This Article to learn more.
Sharon Prince during her work has fought end in human trafficking, Child exploitation and violence on women both locally and internationally. She together with United Nation University made a published report in December to the UN resolution 2331 and UN Security Council. A global media campaign has been developed an initialized by Grace Farms Foundation. The campaign focuses on ending modern slavery by calling for fighters to fight for their freedom.
Sharon Prince is also involved in Next Generation Nepal as a board member. Next Generation Nepal is a charity dedicated firm which aims at reuniting exploited children with their families. In the year 2007, Sharon Prince two awards: “Auburn Seminary’s Lives of Commitment” and also “NOMI Network Abolitionist Award”.
Sharon Prince held the position of the president to an Iceland based outerwear technical brand called 66North.Ms. Sharon Prince developed this outwear brand which she distributed in North America in 100 stores. Sharon Prince holds both MBA and BS/BA both of which she got from the University of Tulsa.
Reference article: http://chronicleweek.com/2019/02/sharon-prince-leads-vision-for-grace-farms/