Cheryl is an ARB registered and RIBA chartered architect, and also a qualified academic and Fellow of Advance HE. Cheryl has an MA in Energy & Environment from the Architectural Association School of Architecture. She has a global perspective having studied in UK, USA and travelled extensively worldwide.
Her architecture projects were exhibited in an international world tour through the RIBA. She set up her own architecture and environmental consultancy practice and was commissioned as an independent daylighting consultant on the £600m Francis Crick Institute. She worked on cutting-edge education research facilities for Cambridge University and Imperial College and featured on BBC2 ‘100k House’ to redesign a house, and ‘Phil Spencer Secret Agent’ for Channel 4. She also founded Archimake, an architecture education organisation for schoolchildren.
Cheryl was Senior Lecturer of Architecture & Sustainability for 12 years on the RIBA accredited course at London Metropolitan University where she taught sustainability and technology at undergraduate and postgraduate level. For 10 years she taught architecture on BEng Civil Engineering with Architecture at City University and delivered talks at the HEA STEM conference.
Cheryl is on the RIBA Professional Practice examination writing panel at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and an examiner. She is a RIBA Part 3 Examiner at London Metropolitan University, and has given talks including ‘Material Re-use’ at the RIBA Guerilla Tactics CPD conference.