Mila Buckland (she/her/hers) is a first-generation college graduate, second-generation immigrant. She has a Women, Gender and Sexualities degree from Portland State University. Mila identifies as Southeast Asian American. She was a four-term AmeriCorps Alumni before joining Campus Compact of Oregon's staff in 2017 as the Curriculum and Training Manager for Campus Compact. In this role, Mila supports Campus Compact’s Racial Equity Across College and High School (REACH) efforts; REACH is Campus Compact's strategic initiative to build a statewide coalition and movement for racial justice in higher education across college and high school. Mila is also a Member of Oregon Volunteers: Commission for Voluntary Action and Service. This commission oversees the funding, and promotes AmeriCorps service across Oregon. Mila is a budding houseplant caretaker and loving cat mom. She is on a personal wellness journey. In her own growth process, Mila is working to further understand her own racial and cultural history, how to cultivate true learning spaces of belonging for all that join, and how to move from trauma-informed care to healing-centered engagement in all aspects of her work and interactions.