Found on the list of the world’s most devout humanitarians is Ms. Sharon Prince. Sharon Prince is a lady who garners respect from people all around the world for her dedicated fulfillment of multiple role obligations as an entrepreneur, abolitionist, and President/Chair of Grace Farms Foundation. As an abolitionist, Prince fights to end human trafficking, violence against women, and serves on the board of Next Generation Nepal to help unite exploited children with their families. Nonetheless, through her leadership roles over Grace Farms (New Canaan, Connecticut based nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching lives of the community), Sharon Prince works diligently to ensure the longevity of the foundation’s reputation for being an overall place of peace and grace.
Yet, as of recently, Grace Farms has welcomed Ms. Carrie Mae Weems to align with the foundation’s objectives and philanthropic mission of Sharon Prince. Similar to the works of Ms. Prince, Ms. Weems too has dedicated her life and career as an internationally influential American artist to help bring global awareness and insight to multicultural issues regarding race, violence, injustice, and inequality. Moreover, just like Sharon Prince, Carrie Mae Weems shares her sense of good will, hope, and aspirations to bring about positive changes among all in the world. With more than 30 years of multi-media experience that entail numerous collaborations with poets, singers, dancers, filmmakers, and architects to help convey messages of humanitarianism in the world, it is no wonder why Prince deems Ms. Weems to be the perfect addition to the foundation to help usher in more peace and grace in the world. As mentioned by Sharon Prince, we live in a world where destructive forces are so great that there must be a universal commitment and understanding to help eradicate these issues—a belief that she knows Ms. Weems passionately understands.
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