Travis Mills is a self-advocate with the primary goal of helping individuals with disabilities become more independent and included in their communities. Travis has been a strong advocate for people with disabilities since becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) in 2009. He is a graduate of Nevada Partners in Policymaking, Class in 2010 and has served as Chapter Advisor and Officer for People First of Nevada, Statewide Board, and both the Reno and Carson City Chapters. Travis has served on numerous Committees and Boards advocating for people with disabilities. He has testified at the Nevada Legislature, Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) and provided input at many other local and statewide committee meetings. He was recently selected to serve on the Nevada Department of Education’s Special Education Advisory Committee. Travis has extensive knowledge of current technology including numerous computer programs and assistive technology devices. He is employed by the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities as an Administrative Faculty member working on the Youth Healthcare Transition Project with Diana Rovetti and is the staff photographer.