James Harley

Project Coordinator

"Working on the Fijian project has demonstrated to me the critical difference AWF can make in a community and reinforces the role that architecture plays in shaping and transforming people's lives.”

James Harley is a consulting project coordinator at Architects Without Frontiers. In this role, he has advised the organisation on issues relating to project management and governance on two projects, the Disability Day Centre in Dien Ban, Vietnam and the Ra-Marama Community Information Hub in Fiji.

James is a consulting project manager for his own business, James Harley & Associates, working across the government and not for profit sectors. He is also a Principal Research Fellow in the College of Design and Social Context at RMIT University.