Sharon Prince Continues To Lead Grace Farms In Humanitarian Advocacy

In 2009 Sharon Prince had a vision of having her own startup that would help enhance the lives of many people. She opened grace farms which would later spearhead in improving peoples wellbeing through faith, justice and reaching out to the community. Over the past decade, Ms. Sharon Prince has been the driver behind the success of Grace Farms.


Besides, she was behind the commission of SANNA company that worn the Pritzker Prize in the past few years. Sharon graced in the groundbreaking of the company’s new building River. Before starting up Grace Farms, she led the company 66North as the President. The company was solely established to design outwear brands as well as distribute them across America.


Today, Grace farms is well known as place for peace and grace by the communities. However, they are also contributing towards environmental sustainability as well as promotion of the greater good in the society. To be noted, Grace Farms has bagged several awards including; Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize, AIA National Architecture Honor Award, and Design Award.


Due to her diligence to work Ms. Sharon Prince was appointed in the Architecture jury in one of the awards received. As she continues to pioneer Grace Farms, Sharon Prince has fought different social injustices as gender inequality, child abuse, human trafficking among others. Additionally, the company has participated in several international movements in advocacy towards violation of human rights.


This has made Sharon Prince Grace Farms become recognized internationally through the United Nations. “Unchain: Freedom Need Fighters” was one of the awareness programs started by the company to fight the human social injustices in the world.


Internationally she works with Next Generation Nepal as a member of the Board of Directors helping the victims of social injustices as they continue to create awareness to the world. Visit This Page for more information.


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