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Annette Amanda Oyékunlè Fisher

Annette Amanda Oyékunlè Fisher

Founder, Let's Build
Annette Fisher is a practising international British/Nigerian architect. Her practice FA global operates in London and Lagos. She started her career working for commercial UK practices, TP Bennett, Rolfe Judd and Whinney Mackay Lewis before setting up her own practice in the capital in 1994. Now her mission and ambition are to use her skills, privilege, position and experience to motivate others to greater heights, and transform other people’s lives. She and her team are spearheading a global mass low cost housing project starting in Nigeria to meet the 25 million housing deficit; and a major UK project showcasing women and minority architects. She’s founder and co-chair Unionne a consortium of female led architects’ practices, and chair Let’s build a televised forum championing women and diversity in practice. She’s a former RIBA Vice President, nominated presidential candidate 2002 and council member. Annette was the first black woman to be elected to RIBA Council in 1999. She’s also Commonwealth Association of Architects Trustee and partner of her practice FA Global ( A part-time professional RIBA part 3 tutor at Westminster University, London. Awards: CAA award for 50th Anniversary Barclays Men & Women of Merit Award Natwest Award for African Professional of the Year Judge Malta Architecture & Spatial Planning Awards Judge Civic Trust Awards Judge IDA awards and OPAL awards