Submitted by Grace Chege
Grace is the Founder and CEO of the Favored Daughters of The King (FDK), a Non-Profit Organization founded in 2014 in Dallas, Texas.
As an influential Community Leader and Public Speaker, Grace Chege has greatly benefited the African community from the fruit of her manifold gifts and pursuant of various influential roles in the church and the community at large. She is passionate about empowering, validating, educating, and equipping women to believe in themselves, maximize their potential and be all they were created to be.
As a speaker, Grace addresses social groups, churches and women’s groups. Her philosophy is that every woman young or old and across the globe deserves a chance in life to live to their fullest potential-and her daily goal and passion is to see that they do. She is also passionate about helping those who have been deprived of the opportunity to succeed and has demonstrated this through FDK’s diaspora partnership agreement with the Affecto Foundation a Non-Profit Organization based in Nairobi, Kenya-Africa. The mission among others is to educate and promote career planning of economically disadvantaged girls and women in Kenya while ensuring “no girl is left behind”.
Grace is passionate about serving her community and this intense drive paired with her abilities to tackle challenges head on, build consensus, teamwork, and support at the local and national level create strong connections across the community.
A Nurse by profession, born again Christian and currently a Minister at Potters House North Dallas. Grace has previously served at our great African Community and served in the Women’s Ministry among other leadership capacities for over 10 years. She currently serves as a Board of Directors for the Kuga Na Gwika (KNG) a Nonprofit organization that serves the local community in Dallas, Texas. Grace’s steadfastness and self-sacrifice in the community has seen her stand in strong support of the Women’s ministries year after year.
She resides in Dallas, TX, with her husband Patrick and their two children.
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