Pooja Agrawal is Co-founder of Public Practice, and works in the GLA Regeneration Team, overseeing strategy, policy and projects in North West London. She previously worked at Publica and We Made That. Pooja is a trustee of the Museum of Architecture, member of DSE Review Panel, a mentor at the Stephen Lawrence Trust, a Fellow at the Institute of Innovation & Public Purpose, and an advocate for diversity in the built environment sector. She was nominated for the Planner’s Woman of Influence 2018.
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- Leaders with social heart: 100 creative changemakersCelebrating social responsibility is at the heart of what we do, so we've partnered with Squarespace – whose mission is to inspire people with creative ideas to succeed – to shine a light on 100 influential luminaries from art, technology, charity, design, business and more that are working tirelessly to make our world a better place. To highlight these organisations, we asked 10 creative changemakers to each nominate 10 people behind inspiring brands, products and movements with amazing social
- ‘Architecture for All’ film on diversity in education. Featuring Pooja AgrawaThis film, produced by The Architecture Foundation in collaboration with the Royal College of Art, Celebrating Architecture, Urban Learners and the Mayor of London, follows Neil Pinder, an innovative black year 9 teacher from south London who is transforming the design industry by teaching architecture in secondary schools. Through interviews with Pinder, his students, alumni and experts in education and architecture, the film navigates through issues surrounding access to the British creative s4