IN THIS ISSUE
Featuring Princess Karen of the House of Sori
Her Royal Highness Princess Karen Chatman isn’t like other members of royal families around the world. She isn’t accompanied by bodyguards nor does she travel with an entourage of people waiting on her hand and foot.
She founded the Princess Karen Chatman’s Foundation of Ancestry and Global Development to provide aid to individuals living in impoverished areas. The organization also works in genetics with the aim of curing once believed incurable diseases. Her work, thanks to her royal title, has saved lives and will save even more in the future.
Princess Karen is also a published author having written the novel Chained Free. It is a controversial look into the life of slavery, something Princess Karen learned a lot about growing up in Mississippi.
“I am a firm believer that any disease can be cured and that the cure just needs to be discovered. This self-assigned philosophy is what inspired me to engage with research and development organizations specializing in genetics which shared the foundation’s views and were willing to support our overall mission to find cures for many incurable diseases.”
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