Sarah Mineko Ichioka
Sarah Mineko Ichioka is an experienced leader, bridge-builder and place-shaper whose diverse portfolio includes high-profile management, strategic planning, consultancy and curatorial work for some of the world’s most respected institutions of culture, policy and research, including La Biennale di Venezia, Tate Modern, the LSE Cities Programme, and NYC's Department of Housing. Before relocating to Asia in 2014, Ichioka was Director (Chief Executive) of The Architecture Foundation (UK) for five years.
She has been honored as one of the Global Public Interest Design 100, by Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and the British Council / Clore Foundation's Cultural Leadership International Fellowship. Unifying Ichioka's work is a passion for cities and their potential.