Anna was born and raised in the Midwest but moved with her parents to Argentina as a teenager where she finished high school and
obtained a JD degree from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. As an adult she moved back to the United States with her husband and children.
Her love of language and law came together in her 15 year career as a court interpreter with the Maricopa County Superior Court.
Highly regarded in her field, she taught skills classes for the Master’s Program in Court Interpretation at the College of Charleston
and mentored and trained new interpreters.
In 2012 a new justice court precinct was created in the West Valley. Drawing on her knowledge of the law and language and her 15 years
of experience in the courts in Maricopa County Anna decided to run for the position. She was re-elected to her third term in 2020.
Her prior experience in court and on the bench has allowed Anna to understand how lives are impacted by the decisions made by a
judge and the ramifications her decisions as Justice of the Peace have for defendants, victims, litigants and the general public.
Judge Huberman is the current Justice of the Peace of the Year. She sits on and chairs numerous Justice Court committees and Supreme Court
commissions. She also continues to teach. She has presented as faculty in New Judge Orientation, the Judicial Conference,
the Justice of the Peace Conference, the ACA Conference, Maricopa County Justice Courts Staff Conference and Judicial Officer trainings.
She also serves as a mentor judge. Her peers elected her as the Presiding Judge for the Maricopa County Justice Courts in June 2021.
This role is to provide leadership and direction to all 26 Justices of the Peace, and guide policy and budgetary considerations
Judge Huberman remains active in her community helping on charities and community projects. She is a volunteer interpreter
and wish granter with Make a Wish Arizona.