Dianna Jossa has spent her career in public service, working and volunteering in community service organizations serving the needs of vulnerable populations. Dianna has extensive knowledge and experience in Board governance and the management of not-for-profit organizations. She has specialized knowledge of mental health and senior’s issues. Her interest in the AHPCA stems from her work with seniors, as well as her counselling experience with individuals experiencing catastrophic loss and grief. Dianna holds a Master of Social Work degree in Social Policy and Administration and a Certificate in Administrative Tribunal Justice. She has served on numerous Boards and Committees in the past, including the Palliser Triangle Regional Health Council and the Appeals Commission for Alberta Worker’s Compensation. Dianna is also a volunteer with Alberta Health Services at the South Health Campus.