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About us

Our mission

is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporated in 2022 with the primary purpose of helping immigrant communities by improving communication, education, health, and cultural adjustment to build a more inclusive, just, and healthy future for everyone.


The company’s Executive Director, Milly Golia, has drawn on many decades of experience as Founder and CEO of BUREAUCOM LLC, an international translation and interpretation company serving clients ranging from large corporate entities to individuals. In recent years, Bureaucom has established offices throughout California. During this expansion, Milly saw firsthand how lack of language facilitation hinders the economic and social progress of vast swathes of the population. Language Access primarily focuses on the needs of the native Spanish-speaking community in California. It works under the federal Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 2000 Executive Order 13166, which affirms Title VI’s language access requirement and outlines additional requirements.

Although federal and state departments are trying to comply with federal law, language access as a service is absent nationwide.

Therefore, our mission in Language Access is to facilitate access to communication in any language for Limited English Proficiency (LEP) individuals by providing:

Key resources and information to contribute to a better understanding of the importance of language access as a human right
Connections to specialists and services for LEP individuals
Computers, tablets, software, dictionaries, books, and related bilingual materials for LEP students attending US district schools and their families
Translation and interpreting services for LEP individuals, non-profits, and other partner organizations
Free advice on legal, educational, and health proceedings and systems for immigrant communities to help them navigate processes more smoothly
Scholarships for translators, interpreters, bilingual staff, community advocates, and students to promote their professional development