Director, Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Cameron Rashti joined the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in 1994. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Pratt Institute and Columbia University, he is a registered architect in the USA and the UK. Prior to joining the Trust, he held senior positions on major architectural and urban redevelopment projects in New York (1979-89) and in London (1989-94), as Vice President of Perkins & Will International. He currently oversees on behalf of AKTC a portfolio of diverse urban conservation and redevelopment projects in historic cities and heritage sites across the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and the Far East and teams of dedicated professionals in each location. He has additionally served as Delegate of the President of the Foundation of Chantilly, mandated with the safeguarding and redevelopment of the Domaine de Chantilly (2010-present). He has coordinated and contributed to a series of publications produced with Prestel on the Programme’s work and development models.