When people think about slavery, most consider it as something that ended generations ago. Unfortunately, modern slavery still exists and it is much more prevalent than many people might assume even in the United States. Fortunately, there are people that care like Sharon Prince who is helping in the fight to end contemporary slavery with efforts being made through the Grace Farms Foundation.
In order to help promote brand transparency, Sharon Prince was essential in setting up a Memorandum of Understanding with the organization Unchain and the country of Georgia. While many people don’t recognize how big of an issue contemporary slavery is, it’s one of the biggest problems that the world is currently facing today. The country of Georgia is in the middle of efforts to make their country smart and sustainable within the next decade and Sharon Prince believes that the business model that they have agreed on will help with these efforts while eventually eliminating slavery.
Sharon Prince’s Grace Farms Foundation has been recognized by the Prime Minister of Georgia for their commitment to societal change. Unchain and Georgia will be working with the foundation in order to combat human trafficking by developing comprehensive strategies to ensure that the supply chains for technology, agriculture, and food are all ethical and transparent.
Sharon Prince, the President and Chair of the Grace Farms Foundation, the actions being taken are critical to their mission to end gender-based violence and human trafficking. In order for the world to change, Sharon Prince believes that there must be a commitment universally to end human trafficking and slavery. The global awareness campaign from Unchain is launching in 2019 and will include a set of standards for all levels of supply chains in countries that are participating in the program to end contemporary slavery. See This Page for more information.
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.