Bobbi Limberhand Mistanstoot (Ghost Woman), an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, joins Western Native Voice as a Regional Organizer in eastern Montana.

Bobbi previously worked for Western Native Voice in 2020 as a Community Organizer, where she worked on the Get Out the Vote Campaign and helped the WNV team register people to vote throughout the state. During the Richard Springs Fire, she was also on the ground, organizing a donation drive for the Northern Cheyenne Nation.

Bobbi has an Associate’s Degree and enjoys working with Native people and youth. For the last decade, she has advocated for children with disabilities and Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP), and she continues to champion both issues.
As a mother of four children and three grandchildren, Bobbi keeps busy with her family and enjoys beading, golfing, reading, and watching her grandchildren ride dirt bikes and play sports.