Bob Sobotta #3
Bob Sobotta, Jr., 5’11”, has been involved in education in Idaho for the past sixteen years. A lifelong native of Lapwai and member of the Nez Perce Tribe, Bob graduated from Lewis-Clark State College with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science-Secondary Education, and from the University of Idaho with a Master’s degree in Education Administration with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration. Bob has been working at Lewis-Clark State College for eighteen years. He is the Director of Native American/Minority Student Services. While at LCSC, Bob works extensively with Native American students in areas of recruitment and retention, chairs the school’s Native American Advisory Board, and represents LCSC on the Idaho Indian Education Committee. Prior to working at LCSC he worked three years as a teacher and coach at St. Maries High School in Idaho. Bob is married to wife Angel, and they have four children: Payton, Glory, Grace and Faith. His primary interests are family, basketball and golf.