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.
was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska, and has
a Bachelors of Science degree in Forest Resources
Management from the University of Montana.
She is currently in the nursing program at Montana
State University. When not studying, Beth
has a passion for nature and is enthusiastic to
share life with her two young daughters, soaking
in hot springs, reading, and enjoying a variety
of outdoor activities.
is a Montana native, born and raised in Livingston.
She is currently in her final semester at MSU
studying English Literature. Upon graduation,
Abbie hopes to work with AmeriCorps before pursuing
graduate school. Leisure activities include
most all things active, friends, mountains, and
spending time with her labradoodle Walter.
moved from Portland, Oregon to Montana in 2003
and is a junior in the Agroecology option of the
Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems program.
Lee's favorite activities include gourmet cooking,
organic gardening, and working out. She plans
to continue on to graduate school, possibly to
study soil microbiology or watershed ecology.