Sandy Anghie is an architect and has broad ranging expertise and experience in diverse fields, combining design and creativity with legal and commercial skills. She started her career as a corporate tax lawyer in 1997 and worked for 8 years in Australia’s leading law and accounting firms including Freehills and EY. In 2006, Ms Anghie returned to university to study architecture and in 10 years, she has gained experience in a wide range of architecture roles including the Office of Government Architect, Syrinx Environmental, Matthew Crawford Architects and HASSELL. She is the project manager of the Historic Heart Project, which looks at the reinvigoration of the east end of the Perth CBD through the implementation of social and cultural initiatives with the city’s major stakeholders. She also undertakes residential architecture work. Ms Anghie became a WA Chapter Councillor at the Australian Institute of Architects in January 2019, and is an editor of its magazine.