Wren Walker-Robbins is a Two-spirit woman of Mohawk descent. She is Dept. Chair of Secondary Education at Salish Kootenai College in Montana, and is Founding Director of Changing Communities Consulting. She is a member of the Minnesota Two-spirit society and a member of the Mountain Spirit Lodge Society. She sits on the National Prism Advisory Board for Teach for America, and is a Sequoyah Fellow of the American Indian Science & Engineering Society [AISES].
Wren has taught for more than twenty years in minority serving colleges and universities. She works nationally with teachers and university faculty to build STEM education and research programs that nurture and grow diverse students through the integration of Indigenous culture, language, and Spirit.