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Join us for an insightful luncheon featuring Armin Amrolia, Deputy City Manager of the City of Vancouver. Discover the latest developments as the City dives into the housing game, exploring its strategies, initiatives, and collaborations to address housing challenges. Gain exclusive insights into the outlook and upcoming changes at City Hall, shaping Vancouver's urban landscape. Don't miss this opportunity to engage with key discussions shaping the future of our city.

Please join us from the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), and səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh).

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Deadline for attendees' names & and dietary restrictions is May 3, 2024. Any dietary request after May 3rd can not be guaranteed.

Cancellation Policy: 7 days written notice for individuals, and 14 days for corporate tables to cancel with no penalties. Substitutions are allowed at any time.


  • Armin Amrolia (Deputy City Manager at City of Vancouver)

    Armin Amrolia

    Deputy City Manager at City of Vancouver

    Armin Amrolia joined the City in December 2021. She previously served BC Housing for 32 years and as the Associate Vice President Development Strategies, Armin had a lead role in the vision and delivery of 28,000 homes across the province for seniors, families, Indigenous communities, women fleeing violence, youth, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  

    As AVP, Armin grew the Development Strategies team that delivered an average of 3,500 affordable homes annually. Armin was instrumental in the delivery of projects that filled the needs across the housing spectrum in more than 65 communities through partnerships with over 200 non-profit housing providers, housing cooperatives, Indigenous groups, and development partners.  From the creation of the HousingHub, which was aimed at the delivery of product for middle income households to the redevelopment of aging public housing sites, Armin has an array of complex development experience. 

    Currently she is the Deputy City Manager (DCM), at the City of Vancouver.  In her DCM role, Armin works closely with the City Manager on all aspects of City operations with a emphasis on housing delivery across the continuum.  She is also particularly grateful to working along side with the Indigenous Relations group who are responsible for the implementation of UNDRIP into the City processes and advancing it’s commitment to government to government relations with the three host Nations; Musqueam Indian Band, Squamish Nation and Tsleil-Waututh Nation.  This important work will advance the City’s evolving strategic direction around the Reconciliation Framework and Reconciliation efforts. 

    She is the recipient of numerous awards, including being selected as the YWCA’s 2021 Woman of Distinction in the non-profit category, and as the 2021 Urban Land Institute BC Women’s Leadership Initiative Outstanding Leader. 

    Armin holds a degree in Political Science from Simon Fraser University.

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Fairmont Waterfront - Waterfront Ballroom

Canada Place 900
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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