Rian St. Pierre’s background is in domestic violence, sexual assault, and suicide prevention. She has spent most of her professional career advocating for people and encouraging individuals to reclaim their fire. Rian’s ability to connect with people of all ages is what brings her joy and fills her heart and her passion.
She advocates through a trauma informed, culturally sensitive, and authentic lens, allowing her to create transparent relationships with the people and families she works with.
Rian grew up in Billings, MT and spent much of her life there. She graduated from Senior High, then moved to Michigan to start her college career. After completing two years at Lansing Community College, she moved to Las Vegas to attend University of Nevada Las Vegas. In her first year there she took a gap year where she ultimately moved back home to start her family. Rian attended Montana State University Billings, where she received her bachelor's degree in Sociology.
Rian is a single mother of three beautiful children - Kaelynn, Wyatt, and Gloria, and their dog, LuLu. Much of her free time is filled with being a softball, soccer, and t-ball mom. In between travel sports, going home to Rocky Boy, MT brings a sense of grounding to her. Rian is proud to be enrolled in the Apsaalooke Nation and affiliates as Chippewa Cree.