CEO and Co-Founder of Architecture for Humanity
Keynotes by Cameron Sinclair address serious issues of international development and social justice. As the 'chief eternal optimist' (CEO) and co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, his commitment to these issues is steadfast and deep.
Through Architecture for Humanity, Sinclair helps to find architectural and design solutions to humanitarian crises and help communities in need. Keynotes by Cameron Sinclair compellingly illustrate the need for more socially-conscious development.
In terms of education, Sinclair earned his credentials at the University of Westminster and the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. In recognition of his outstanding work as an architect as well as a humanitarian, Sinclair received an Honorary doctorate from the University of Westminster. These are not his only accolades though.
The World Economic Forum has selected Sinclair as Young Global Leader. He has been included among the Aspen Seven by Fortune magazine and Wired magazine has awarded him with the 2006 Rave Award for Architecture.