Nitin Khanna is today a very successful entrepreneur who has successfully launched his two films, runs his own wine brewing company and manages one of the top cannabis oil-producing giant companies in the world. This guy has it all and he manages to still be a DJ in his nightclub in Portland. Nitin is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time and he managed to make everything profitable and excel that he decided to work on. He has achieved so much in a small time.
He is an Indian by birth and was raised in the small villages of India. He got admission to Purdue University and from there he completed his graduation in two subjects of engineering. After completing his graduation he started his own company called Saber Software that did very well and after some years this company was sold at 470 million US dollars. This was a huge success for Nitin Khanna.
He then joined Cura Cannabis which is an oil-producing company. He became CEO of the company and it soon became of the world’s highest oil-producing company. Nitin had been working hard on making the company one of the leading giants in the market and his hard work did pay off.
Nitin loves helping non-profit organizations in his local area. He is actively engaged in making the life of the people better there and helping the organization out for a noble cause.
Nitin started his film journey with an award-winning documentary “Terms and conditions may apply” which was an eye-opener for the people. The film focuses on the people’s right to privacy and security. The documentary portrays how large giant companies steal big data from us that are personal. It made the users aware of their security issues and the documentary held many big companies accountable for data leakage.
Another successful award-winning documentary was “what lies upstream” which also was loved by the public. The film focuses on the corruption and abuse of power by the large corporations and government alike depriving the public of their rights. Both documentaries established the arrival of Nitin in the film industry.
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Carrie Mae Weems, an iconic American artist and photographer noted for her show-stopping installations that depict the nuances of American life, recently held a show entitled Past Tense at Grace Farms. Through a combination of text, words, and images, she took the audience on a whirlwind of emotions as she tackled the themes of violence and injustice that plague the world.
Carrie Mae herself is a product of this kind of environment, but she did not succumb to the negativity. Thus, even if her show had a dark tone, it was still able to give a glimmer of hope. Hope is what makes her a perfect fit for Grace Farms Foundation, which is known for their hard work in combating both human and wildlife trafficking.
Sharon Prince Grace Farms, the foundation’s chairwoman and president, noted that Carrie Mae’s works align with the core principles and advocacies of their Grace Farms. They, too, are about creating peaceful spaces and sparking hope in the hearts of the people who visit their farm. Sharon also said that the interdisciplinary work of Carrie Mae adds new depth to their foundation’s goal of creating more grace and peace in the world.
Since its inception in 2015, Grace Farms has been open to the public with the primary focus of advancing goodness on earth. They have built a reputation of being very welcoming to those who want to share their time and to those that want to explore what they have to offer. The farm is open six days a week with free admission for the general public.
On top of all these, Grace Farms is now known for their projects and their various initiatives, which include inviting prominent individual from diverse backgrounds to the farm. The goal of the invitation is to advance the advocacies of the foundation by letting guests participate in community events and having them enjoy the farm itself. Grace Farms has been well-known for bringing together various visionaries to head their causes that involve nature, arts, justice, community, and faith.
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