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Yasmin Shariff is a registered architect trained at the Architectural Association and the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. She worked with award winning architectural practices including the Lobb Partnership (now Populous); Pringle Brandon, Jestico & Whiles and ACP before joining her partner at Dennis Sharp Architects. Yasmin was a Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster and has experience of working in the public and private sector. She served as a non-executive director of the East of England Development Agency, was a member of the UK Government’s Sustainable Round Table and Head of Design for a multi-academy sponsor. She has specialist expertise in sustainable development and was an evaluator for the European Union. More recently Yasmin has been working in the education sector and advises the Design Review Panel in Hertfordshire and has been appointed as a nominator for the Aga Khan Awards for Architecture and a judge for the World Architecture Festival.
Writings on CICArchitecture
Gulru Necipoglu: The Age of Sinan – Architectural Culture in the Ottoman Empire
For Yasmin Shariff’s full Curriculum Vitae click on the following link
“Women can make it to the top but the exceptions mask a kernel of inequality and discrimination”, AJ Women in Architecture 2013. To read the article, click on the link below.