Siouxsan Bullshields Robinson

Siouxsan was born on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota and raised on the Stand Off Reserve in Alberta, Canada. She has a certificate in Aboriginal Criminal Justice from the Native Education Center in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is currently attending Middle Tennessee State University where she is studying Pre-Law with a minor in Psychology. Siouxsan will continue onto Law School, as she desires to represent Native American people who, for too long, have had a silent voice in mainstream society.

Siouxsan has a special interest in the Cause and Effects of Residential Schools and their impact on First Nations people throughout North America. She also has a passion for people who have been abused: sexual, physical, emotional and mental. She councils with others, particularly girls and women, to offer hope in overcoming abuse in their lives.
Siouxsan is a champion Powwow Dancer. She dances Women’s Buckskin, Fancy Shawl, and Jingle Dress. She spends her “free” time teaching others how to dance powwow and making regalia for herself and others. Siouxsan is married to Charles Robinson and they have seven children.