From Clay to Classrooms: An Architect's Dream to Advance Education in Africa
Alan R. Roy grew up in Cornwall, Ontario. After graduating from Royal Military College, he spent four years in various Canadian and overseas postings. His architectural degrees from the University of New South Wales and RAIC Syllabus preceded 32 years in the architectural profession, the last 15 with his own firm. His previous memorable humanitarian experience was working with ex-president Jimmy Carter in the Lower East Side Habitat For Humanity project in New York City. He lives with his wife Maureen, a nurse clinician, in Victoria, B.C., where he has established the office for the new charity, Primary Schools For Africa Society.