Ana Kapralos is a senior executive in the Ontario Public Service, whose career spans 28 years, mostly in the Justice Sector. She is currently with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General as the Director (A), Program Modernization and Appointments, in the Policy Division, responsible for leading transformative initiatives, as well as providing support to judicial appointment committees. Prior to this work, she was responsible for corporate management, government policy initiatives, and oversight for various justice sector agencies and programs in the areas of human rights, victims’ services, legal aid, police oversight, alcohol/gaming, adjudicative tribunals, and bail supervision. She has worked collaboratively with other partners on horizontal policy initiatives to support access to justice, and represented Ontario at the federal/provincial committee on legal aid. Ana is currently a PhD candidate with Ryerson University, and holds a B.A. and Master’s in Public Policy from Ryerson. During her studies, her research focused on examining victim services in Toronto, which received the J.L. Beaton Award for best essay. At Queen’s University, she completed the Executive Leadership Program as well as Intergovernmental Negotiations. She has also recently completed the Senior Executive Advanced Finance and Accounting Certification Program with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada (CPAC). Ana is passionate about volunteering, and is a mentor/coach with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Centre (TREIC) providing guidance and advice to immigrant professionals.