Ann Dillon is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto and practised corporate law as a partner of two major Toronto law firms for almost 20 years. After a sabbatical in which she raised her four children, she served as a Canadian Citizenship Judge in Vancouver where she participated in a number of national working groups and represented the Citizenship Commission on legal panels relating to citizenship.
Ms Dillon has been a community volunteer, frequently in the educational field. She has served on a number of not for profit boards where her major focus was on strategic planning and governance. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts (economics) degree from Queen’s University and supplemented her legal training with courses in mediation and conflict resolution.