Parvinder joined the British Council to work on international projects across architecture, design and fashion. She develops opportunities for collaboration in Europe and South Asia.
She designs programmes that have a social purpose and promote equality. Her work has a special focus on supporting ethnically diverse and young voices, the role of women in design, and responding to global challenges like climate change. She is currently working on a gender and climate programme between Bangladesh, Pakistan and the UK, supporting the central role of women in the climate change.
Parvinder completed a Bachelor in Architecture, BArch and Masters in Architecture & Urbanism. Prior to joining the British Council, she worked in The Netherlands for several years in a broad spectrum of design roles, including teaching at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. She is currently visiting lecturer at University of Brighton. She has a side project which looks at topics from decolonisation to race and gender through the lens of food and design.