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Women's Center
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372 Strand Union Building

Tel: (406) 994-3836
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Staff Bios

Director: Betsy Danforth

Betsy 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.



Assistant: Abbie Bandstra

Abbie 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.



Assistant: Frances Ambrose

Frances 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.



Assistant: Greta Robison

Greta 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. 



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