Born and raised in Winnipeg, Anita Bromberg is a lawyer by profession. She is a frequent spokesperson and lecturer on topical issues of the day, particularly as they relate to racialized communities. A court recognized expert on racism and extremism, she has instituted and participated in numerous intercultural outreach and educational initiatives. She has led important initiatives to counter hate as National Director of Legal Affairs for B'nai Brith Canada where she was responsible for its annual audit on antisemitism and as Executive Director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, a Federal Crown agency mandated to eliminate racism and maintain harmonious relations across diverse communities. A recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and the Community Program Excellence Award, Anita continues to act as an advisor to many community based human right initiatives.