Joyce Said, a registered practicing Architect with a Bachelor degree from Ardhi University in Dar es Salaam and four years of experience in the Construction industry.
Arch. JOYCE SAID
Joyce Said, a registered practicing Architect with a Bachelor degree from Ardhi University in Dar es Salaam and four years of experience in the Construction industry. Currently serving as the Programs Manager at TAWAH and an Assistant Architect at ALAMA ARCHITECTURE in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, she is also the Member and Secretary of Tanzania Women Architects for Humanity (TAWAH). Joyce actively engages in mentorship as the Mentor in the 2022-2024 Women in Construction Mentoring Program organized by TAWAH. Joyce's commitment to professional development is evidenced by her active participation in various construction workshops across Dar es Salaam, including the Montessori Workshop, Sand Cement Brick and Soil Testing Workshop, Dar Glass Workshop, and the Knauf Workshop in 2019. She stands out as one of the winners of the Challenge Fund Ideas Competition 2022 organized by the Arthur Waser Foundation, Montessori Community of Tanzania (MCT), and Alama Architecture. Her fervor lies in Sustainable Designs and Low-Cost Housing solutions. Over her four years of experience, Joyce has dedicated a significant portion of her efforts to crafting innovative designs for community schools and sustainable housing within the realm of real estate development. Her distinctive approach places a strong emphasis on inclusive designs, firmly believing that the most effective solutions are derived through close collaboration with clients. Beyond her professional pursuits, Joyce passionately contributes to the community through her humanitarian endeavors, showcasing her commitment to making a positive impact through her architectural expertise.