Vida Ramin has nearly 20 years of public policy, government and regulatory affairs, Indigenous relations and stakeholder engagement experience, gained through roles with federal and provincial government agencies, the resource and telecommunications sectors and a national industry association. Her career has focused on, working in multi-stakeholder environments, to ensure that economic development occurs in an environmentally sustainable and socially responsible manner. She loves the work she does as it combines personal passion with professional purpose.
The Chamber of Shipping’s shared commitment to balancing economic, environmental and social interests is what drew Vida to the Director, Policy and Regulatory Affairs role with the organization. Vida is thrilled to be joining the small, but mighty, team at the Chamber and is looking forward to growing, and growing with, the organization.
Ms. Ramin has a Master of Public Administration (Public Policy major), from Saskatchewan’s Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy. She also holds a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Environmental Science and Applied Management from Capilano University and an undergraduate degree in Geography from McGill University.
When she’s not working, Vida enjoys reading, volunteering, hitting the gym, cycling, hiking, and kickboxing as well as playing a variety of team sports.