has been the director of the MSU Women's Center
for twenty years. She has a degree
in Women's Studies from Pitzer College in Claremont,
CA, and has been a Bozeman resident for 25 years. Hiking,
yoga, reading, writing, gardening, cooking, and
spending time with good friends, her partner,
and kitty are a few of her favorite activities.
is a Montana native, born and raised in Livingston. She
has a B.A. from Montana State University in English
teaching and is currently a graduate student in
the Native American Studies Department.
Leisure activities include most all things active,
friends, mountains, and spending time with her
dogs Walter and Bjornn.
recently moved to Bozeman from Nashville, TN.
She is a sophmore majoring in Conservation Ecology.
Frances enjoys hiking, reading, gardening, beekeeping,
running, and spending time with friends and family.
After graduation, Frances plans on attending graduate
school and eventually attaining a research position
in her field of study.
Robison is a Junior in the Earth Science Department
at MSU, studying Geography with a focus in GIS.
She is also pursuing a degree in Global and Multi
Cultural Studies and a minor in Native American
Studies. She is passionate about spatial thought,
education, Decolonization theory, and the STEM
sciences. Born and raised in and around Bozeman,
Greta has a love for Montana and the Gallatin
Vally, as well as a strong curiosity for what
lies outside of it. When she isn't studying, she
enjoys traveling, cooking, playing her harp, being
outside, and spending time with animals and children.