Sai Sinbondit comes from a family of refugees who came to the United States when he was a child. On their journey here, his family lived in a refugee camp and finally settled in a small community in the northwest corner of Ohio. While growing up, his parent’s diligence, commitment, and self-reliance to get his family to a better place and the welcoming and caring of some community members inspires him to not only experience the world but to contribute to making it a better place.
For the last 16 years, Sai has been dedicated to working with communities nationally and internationally, non-profit organizations, and individuals to develop meaningful and innovative solutions to address humanity’s fundamental needs and to help create sustainable environments that will elevate and inspire the human experience at every scale and level of people’s daily life for under-served and under-resourced communities.
Sai received a Master of Architecture from Syracuse University and graduated with honors in the Bachelor of Fine Art program from the Center of Visual Arts at the University of Toledo.