Urban Planner, City of Vancouver
Andrew Pask is an urban planner with the City of Vancouver, as well as the founder and director of the Vancouver Public Space Network (VPSN), a volunteer-powered, non-profit, city-building organization founded in 2006.
Andrew’s work at the municipality focuses on creative community engagement and policy processes at both the neighbourhood and city-wide scale. With the VPSN, he focuses on a blend of placemaking and events, advocacy, and research that champions the role of public space in creating vibrant, equitable, and livable communities.
Andrew was trained as both an anthropologist and city planner, studying in Holland and Canada. He has worked with municipalities and non-profit organizations across the country.