Meet Rakhi

Meet Rakhi Pancholi

Rakhi Pancholi is a two-term MLA, lawyer and mom who’s committed to building a future full of opportunity for Alberta.

She knows Alberta is a place where we think big, are optimistic about our future, and rise to any challenge. This is why she’s running to be leader of the Alberta NDP and the next Premier of Alberta.

Rakhi Pancholi is a two-term MLA, lawyer and mom who’s committed to building a future full of opportunity for Alberta.

She knows Alberta is a place where we think big, are optimistic about our future, and rise to any challenge. This is why she’s running to be leader of the Alberta NDP and the next Premier of Alberta.

Rakhi practiced law for thirteen years before being elected as the MLA for Edmonton-Whitemud.

Rakhi practiced law for thirteen years before being elected as the MLA for Edmonton-Whitemud.

She began her legal career at a prestigious Bay Street firm, leading to almost a decade of experience in senior advisory roles for the Government of Alberta in the ministries of Education and Justice.

Before running for office she also worked in private practice as a senior lawyer at a major Alberta law firm, where she specialized in labour and employment law.

As the Alberta NDP’s critic for children’s services, she built an economic case for universal, affordable childcare and galvanized parents across the province to pressure the provincial government into securing an agreement with Ottawa.

As education critic, she worked with parents, teachers and advocates to push for more equitable education funding. She also served as chair of the Public Accounts Committee.

She began her legal career at a prestigious Bay Street firm, leading to almost a decade of experience in senior advisory roles for the Government of Alberta in the ministries of Education and Justice.

Before running for office she also worked in private practice as a senior lawyer at a major Alberta law firm, where she specialized in labour and employment law.

As the Alberta NDP’s critic for children’s services, she built an economic case for universal, affordable childcare and galvanized parents across the province to pressure the provincial government into securing an agreement with Ottawa.

As education critic, she worked with parents, teachers and advocates to push for more equitable education funding. She also served as chair of the Public Accounts Committee.

Rakhi practiced law for thirteen years before being elected as the MLA for Edmonton-Whitemud.

She began her legal career at a prestigious Bay Street firm, leading to almost a decade of experience in senior advisory roles for the Government of Alberta in the ministries of Education and Justice. Before running for office she also worked in private practice as a senior lawyer at a major Alberta law firm, where she specialized in labour and employment law.

Rakhi practiced law for thirteen years before being elected as the MLA for Edmonton-Whitemud.

She began her legal career at a prestigious Bay Street firm, leading to almost a decade of experience in senior advisory roles for the Government of Alberta in the ministries of Education and Justice. Before running for office she also worked in private practice as a senior lawyer at a major Alberta law firm, where she specialized in labour and employment law.

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