In a world full of chaos and cruelty it is nice to know that there are some people out there trying to make the world a better place by creating a safe space to address world-wide issues. Sharon Prince Grace Farms is the founder of Grace farms. This place is a major supporter of aiding those who deal with human and animal trafficking.

Grace Farms also helps to preserve and/or restore nature and natural habitats. Sharon Prince has received awards for her work and continues to move forward in her community to create more opportunities for the improvement of the quality of life for all living beings. Grace Farms was established not that long ago and has many plans for the future.

Prior to Ms. Prince creating Grace Farms she was a graduate from the University of Tulsa where she received her BS/BA and MBA. She was also the president of 66North an outerwear brand that she developed. Sharon Prince has a great team of people behind her to help in her visions of equality. Krishna Patel has received awards in her fights against human trafficking and is the Justice Initiative Director for Grace Farms.

Rod Khattabi is the Director of Law Enforcement & Risk Officer. Rod helps increase the efficacy of Grace Farms and any projects they are associated with. J. Mark Fowler is the Nature Initiative Officer. His job is to stop criminal activity that involves illegal wildlife trade. Karen Ludwig Kariuki is the Community Initiative Officer she has her MBA from Dartmouth and her BA from Stanford University.

Matthew Croasmun is the Faith Initiative Officer that also works as a faculty advisor for the Yale Humanist Community. Pamlea Ruggio is the Arts Initiative Curator and has experience from previously working at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

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