Kathy Grieve is a staunch advocate for social justice, exemplary law enforcement and equal access to services for all citizens. She has diverse experience in public policy, governance and community service, and is currently a member of Alberta's Law Enforcement Review Board. The former chair of the Edmonton Police Commission, Grieve co-chaired the Commission's 1999 Task Force on Prostitution, chaired the Commission's Police Chief Search Committee and co-authored the Commission's submission to the Alberta Justice Summit. In Winnipeg, she was a member of a Citizen's Advisory Council for Legal Aid. Grieve holds a Masters of Education degree, and her thesis topic was spousal abuse.