Staff

Kai Wilson
Executive Director, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
kaiwilson@lasslc.org

Kai Wilson has worked at AND JUSTICE FOR ALL since 2000 as its Director of Finance, Project Manager for the Community Legal Center, and as its Executive Director since 2003.  He works collaboratively with Utah’s providers of civil legal aid and the community to increase access to justice.  Kai brings over 25 years of experience in nonprofits with expertise in nonprofit administration, fundraising and program development and implementation.  He previously worked at the Sundance Institute, Utah Arts Festival, and the American Red Cross.  Kai is an executive leadership coach, teacher through the University of Utah’s Department of Professional Education, and consultant to other nonprofits.  He served six years on the Board and Executive Committee of the Utah Nonprofits Association, was an Executive Coach with the Fieldstone Foundation, and was the Treasurer of the Utah Philanthropy Day Committee for four years, and sat on numerous grant review and other committees.

Kelly Johnson
Director of Development, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
kelly@andjusticeforall.org

Kelly strengths include the fact that she has 10+ years in Community Relations, Project Management as well as Non-profit Development and Business Development. Her educational background is that she graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Communication shortly after that she received her Business Process Management Certification as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Most recently she obtained her Graduate degree from Westminster College. Her passion is to help others through social services and empower people to be the best they can be. When she is not at work Kelly is spending time with her son, Parker, who is a very busy five-year old and the center of her universe.

Anne Milne
Executive Director, Utah Legal Services
amilne@utahlegalservices.org

Anne Milne has worked for Utah Legal Services for 36 years as a staff attorney, managing attorney, and deputy director before becoming the executive director. ULS is a statewide program with 4 offices, 47 employees and a $3.2 million annual budget. She was actively involved in the creation of “and Justice for all” a collaboration of the three largest civil legal providers in Utah. Anne has been involved in Utah State Bar activities, including serving on the Access to Justice Task Force, the Legal Needs of the Elderly and Delivery of Legal Services Committees and served as Chair of the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board.  She has served as a Trustee and President of the University of Utah College of Law Alumni Association and on the Board of the YWCA of Salt Lake. Anne has received the Utah Woman Lawyer of the Year and Advancement of Women in the Law Awards.

Adina Zahradnikova
Executive Director, Disability Law Center
Adina@disabilitylawcenter.org

Adina Zahradnikova has a thirteen-year history of service at the Disability Law Center (DLC) as an advocate, program director and executive director.  She holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the University “Al.I Cuza” College of Law, Iasi, Romania and a postgraduate law degree (LLM) from the “S. J. Quinney” College of Law, University of Utah.  In 2011, Ms. Zahradnikova was admitted to the New York Bar.  At the same time, she was selected to be the Executive Director of the DLC.  Ms. Zahradnikova chose to lead the efforts of the amazing DLC team, deeply committed to realizing a just society where all people are treated with equity, dignity and respect.

Stewart Ralphs
Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake
sralphs@lasslc.org

Stewart Ralphs graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in History and minors in Political Science and English.  In 1990, Mr. Ralphs received his juris doctorate degree from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law.  After being admitted to the Utah Bar, he worked briefly in private practice.  Mr. Ralphs joined Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake in 1991 as a Domestic Relations attorney.  Beginning in 1992, Mr. Ralphs served as Director of the Domestic Violence Program for two years and then, in 1994, he was selected to be the Executive Director.  Mr. Ralphs is involved in public policy issues and serves as a legislative representative for the Family Law Section and Utah Domestic Violence Council.