John Nsiah: It is important for the youth to be able to see that there are people like them up there.

John Nsiah joined HTA as an architect in 1992 and currently leads the business development team, with key roles in strategic marketing and business winning. In November 2020, John became a partner, reflecting his significant contribution to the growth of the practice over the years. Sarah speaks to John about The Black African Caribbean Collective, his journey into the architectural profession, allyship and diversity within the workplace and schools.

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This is a call for reform of the architectural assistant position and a demand for the Royal Institute of British Architects to address the exploitative conditions that the majority of junior architectural practitioners experience.

John Nsiah: It is important for the youth to be able to see that there are people like them up there.

John Nsiah joined HTA as an architect in 1992 and currently leads the business development team, with key roles in strategic marketing and business winning. In November 2020, John became a partner, reflecting his significant contribution to the growth of the practice over the years. Sarah speaks to John about The Black African Caribbean Collective, his journey into the architectural profession, allyship and diversity within the workplace and schools.

This is a call for reform of the architectural assistant position and a demand for the Royal Institute of British Architects to address the exploitative conditions that the majority of junior architectural practitioners experience.