Sharon Prince Of Grace Farms Joins The Fight Against Contemporary Slavery

 

The Chair and President of the Grace Farms Foundation, Sharon Prince was celebrating the signing of a “Memorandum of Understanding” with the nation of Georgia which will build on existing anti-slavery work. The nation of Georgia is working on a ten-year plan to develop a green, sustainable economy with an emphasis on a transparent, open economy with technology and corporate transparency at the heart of the work being completed.

The Grace Farms Foundation has been at the heart of the work already begun by the Government of Georgia in these important areas of life and the economy. The global slavery epidemic is one of the leading social issues facing the people of the world but is often ignored by the mainstream media and receives little attention.

Under the leadership of Sharon Prince, The Grace Farms Foundation is hoping to bring a large amount of transparency to the economy of Georgia through a thorough review of the legal framework the country already has in place.

One of the most important areas of the work of Grace Farms is the continued development of a licensing framework which will be put into place by the Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze. See This Article to learn more.

Also involved in the work being completed to bring contemporary slavery to an end is the Unchain group which will focus on raising awareness about the issue under the Grace farms umbrella. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Bakhtadze, the aim of the new financial framework is to develop a new economic framework with a level of transparency previously unheard of in the Eastern European nation.

 

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Insights Into The Life Of Top Events Planner Kimberly Quinlan Bakker

 

Kimberly Quinlan Bakker is native of San Francisco. She grew up in Marin County and added Santa High School before moving to Los Angeles. After completing her junior studies, Bakker had developed an interest in business studies. It is then that she enrolled for undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California.

Kimberly Bakker education and career

At the University of Southern California, Kimberly Quinlan Bakker was involved in various philanthropic activities. At some point, she served on the Panhellenic Board as a Women’s advocate. Her involvement in such endeavors in campus did not stop her from excelling in her studies as she graduated top her class and was even named top outstanding seniors. In 2016, Kimberly Bakker founded “The Project for Girls”. Girls from all walks of life are interviewed to learn about their unique individual needs. Members are encouraged to read about the experiences of other teenage girls as well as write about their own experiences to share.

After graduation, she took up a job at L’ermitage Hotels as the head of sales and marketing. Later, she took up a position in event production in various tech firms where she worked for several years.

About Kimberly Bakker firm

Following the 2000 millennium, Kimberly Bakker decided to venture event management fully by launching Kimberly Bakker Events. At the time, she had numerous clients including Sutter Hill Ventures.

Within a short period, other brands such as Louis Vuitton and Moet & Chandon as well as Dom Perignon came on board making her firm popular. Three years into the business, her company landed a major contract with The Moet Cup, one of the prestigious organizations in San Francisco today. Refer to This Article for additional information.

Her accomplishments were noted by professionals such as Mayor Gavin Newsom and were awarded the title of San Francisco Protocol Officer. In this position, she was able to organize major events such as the World Environment Day.

In 2008, Kimberly Quinlan Bakker became the director of Fall antique show in San Francisco. As the lead person in this program, she was able to manage millions of funds and handle matters about corporate sponsorship. Currently, Kimberly Bakker is one of the most sought after events planner.