Fareed Amin spent over 30 years in the public service, serving at the provincial and municipal levels in Ontario and internationally. Fareed served as a Deputy Minister in a number of ministries, including Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; Energy and Infrastructure; Municipal Affairs and Housing; Economic Development and Intergovernmental Affairs and as the Assistant Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of Finance.
Between 2004 and 2006, served as Deputy City Manager at the City of Toronto with responsibilities for land use planning, water and wastewater, solid waste management. transportation, amongst others.
Mr. Amin has an undergraduate degree in Applied Geography and Planning from the University of Guyana; a Certificate in Public Administration from the University of Toronto, Canada; a master’s degree in Public Administration from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada and a Certificate in Leadership from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA. He serves on the Board of Governors of Seneca College and COSTI.