Bobbi Skenandore

Position title: Indigenous Student Center, ISC AUNTIE


Bobbi Skenandore (she/her), was born and raised in Chicago, IL. She is Mexican with roots in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and Indigenous as an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. As the first program coordinator for the Indigenous Student Center (ISC), Bobbi collaborates with student organizations and campus partners on programming for Indigenous students in addition to running the day to day operations of the center.

Although this position is new to campus, she is not. Bobbi completed her bachelors degree at University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2016 as a member of Wunk Sheek, and Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc. During her undergrad she worked for the MSC as the MSC and Community and Nonprofit Studies Outreach and Partnerships Intern. Prior to rejoining the Multicultural Student Center in October 2021, Bobbi worked on campus at the Information Technology Academy in Department of Information Technology, working with the tribal communities that they serve. During her first year as the ISC program coordinator she also completed her masters degree at Edgewood College. Bobbi is committed to making the path wider and better for generations to come.