Dr. Doyle is an educational and cultural consultant who hales from Crow Agency, Montana. Now based in Bozeman, he is involved with curriculum design for groups like the National Park Service, Montana Office of Public Instruction, and the National Native American Hall of Fame. He is an environmental advocate who works as a collaborative liaison between and among groups like the Montana Wilderness Association, the US Forest Service, and the Apsaalooke (Crow) Crow Nation. Shane is also a researcher who is currently a co-Principal Investigator on a National Science Foundation funded research project studying ancient ice patches in the Beartooth Plateau, and an ongoing partner with the University of Copenhagen, where he served as a post-doctoral researcher from 2014 – 1016. As a singer of Northern Plains music, Doyle is also an assistant artistic director and performer for Bozeman-based Mountain Time Arts, having co-produced numerous performance art pieces during the summer season, including a 2020’s “The Creek Between Us”.