McKenna Mills grew up in Queen Creek, Arizona. She attended Arizona State University and graduated summa cum laude with degrees in History and Culture, Communications, and Global Studies. She loves to travel and learn about other cultures and recently spent a summer in South Korea teaching English to grade school children. McKenna is currently a law student at the J. Reuben Clark Law School and is interested in religious and human right issues around the world and hopes to pursue a career in International Law. As a Student Fellow with the International Center for Law and Religion Studies McKenna worked in Moscow during part of the summer of 2015. She was appointed to the Center’s Student Management Board in 2015, and joined the Recruitment Team of the Student Executive Committee for the 2015 International Law and Religion Symposium. In 2016, she serves as Co-Chair of Recruitment for the Student Executive Committee and is returning to the Student Management Board for 2016-2017.