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Ana Maria Kapralos

Ana is a senior executive with the Ontario Public Service, and is currently with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General responsible for leading transformational initiatives, as well as justice sector public and judicial appointments. She brings extensive experience in corporate management, government policy, operations, and agency oversight for justice sector agencies and tribunals.  She has worked on policy initiatives to support access to justice and served as the representative for Ontario on the Canadian federal, provincial, territorial (FPT) committee on legal aid, and most recently the Hague Convention. 

Ana is currently a PhD (ABD) candidate in policy studies, at the Metropolitan Toronto University with a research interest in justice modernization internationally.  At Queen’s University, she completed the Executive Leadership Program as well as Intergovernmental Negotiations.  She also completed the Senior Executive in the Public Sector Advanced Finance and Accounting Certification Program with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada (CPAC). She teaches part time with York University in both the undergraduate and graduate level degree programs in the School of Public Policy and Administration. 

Ana is passionate about volunteering and is currently a mentor/coach with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Centre (TREIC) providing guidance and advice to immigrant professionals. She has also volunteered as Board Director with the Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation, and Board Director with the Federation of Portuguese Canadian Business and Professionals. She has a strong passion for civic and social causes focusing on the most marginal people in society.

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