Sarah Ernst recently completed her degree and Professional Diploma in Architecture at Sheffield University. She has worked in practice in the UK, and worked with SEEDS India on post disaster shelter construction, school safety and classrooms for the future. Sarah has been engaged with ASF-UK since 2006 and facilitated the 2010 ASF-UK Vulnerability & Risk workshop in India. She currently volunteers as Communications Manager for ASF-UK.
Katherine Johnson is currently studying for her Professional Diploma in Architecture at London Metropolitan University. Since completing her degree, Katherine worked in practice for four years in the UK before working with SEEDS India on their shelter strategy following the 2010 Ladakh Floods. She has also worked as a volunteer on a number of construction projects in India and South America, and participated in the 2010 ASF-UK Vulnerability & Risk workshop in India.
Lucy Schofield is currently studying for her Professional Diploma in Architecture at London Metropolitan University. Since completing her architecture degree at Edinburgh University she has worked in architecture and urban design practices in India, China and London. She also has a background in Architectural Conservation and has worked for several years on conservation projects in the UK, India and Kyrgyzstan, and has undertaken field research on traditional building construction. She participated in the 2010 ASF-UK Vulnerability & Risk workshop in India.
Lucy Thomas is an architect and partner at Knox Bhavan Architects (London) where she has worked since 2004. In addition she has volunteered with Architecture for Humanity UK, attended training workshops with Article 25, and compiled worksheets for school children as an introduction to architecture and the built environment. Lucy’s dissertation critiquing traditional and modern building practices in Ghana was short listed for the Royal Institute of British Architects’ President’s Medal (2003-2004).