Work History

Work History

CEO

Aryana Management Group

Summary

A successful real estate investor and entrepreneur, Shahvand Aryana has professional interests that include business development, land planning, and urban development. Shahvand Aryana is currently the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Aryana Management Group, LLC. AMG is an integrated real estate development company that represents both sellers and buyers during sales, mergers, and reorganizations. The company handles all phrases of project development, from land acquisitions to construction and project management. AMG is based in California, but has handled projects in Arizona, Florida, Nevada, and Hawaii, as well as international transactions in Mexico, China, and Persian Gulf countries. As CEO, Mr. Aryana often deals with projects involving jurisdictional controls of approval and environmental sensitivities that reflect the challenges of modern economic development. AMG clients have praised Mr. Aryana for his focus on high quality services, production efficiency, and cost-effective management of resources. AMG's judicious use of risk-mitigating financial tools helps ensure that every transaction remains as profitable as possible. Before founding AMG, Shahvand Aryana was Vice President/Owner of Golden State Poppy Flowers, Inc. He handled direct and indirect marketing sales, as well as logistics. His professional affiliations include the International Council of Shopping Centers, the Building Industry Association, the Urban Land Institute, and the Gift and Accessories Association of Los Angeles.Shahvand Aryana is a supporter of many notable philanthropic associations. Throughout his career, he has given to charitable groups such as the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, the ICRF Israel Cancer Research Fund, American Jewish League for Israel, and Habitat for Humanity.

Hobbies & Interests

Hunting, Air sports, Motor sports, Board sports, Water sports, Mountain Biking, Cycling

Charitable Activities

Habitat for Humanity, Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, Challenge, ICRF: Israel Cancer Research Fund, American Jewish League for Israel