Tag Archive: women in the church

Julie Bangerter Beck

Julie Bangerter Beck, the new general president of the Relief Society, was serving as the first counselor in the General Young Women Presidency prior to receiving her call to direct the Church’s women’s service organization. As a child she learned to speak Portuguese when she lived in Brazil with her parents and 10 brothers and sisters while her father served as mission president. She is a graduate of Dixie College…
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Vicki F. Matsumori – portrait and biography

Vicki F. Matsumori was sustained as second counselor in the Primary general presidency in general conference on Saturday, 2 April 2005. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism and English with a teaching certificate from the University of Utah. She has taught junior high English and was an adjunct instructor at Salt Lake Community College. The Church has benefited from her service as a member of the Primary General Board,…
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Margaret Swenson Lifferth

Margaret S. Lifferth was sustained as first counselor in the Primary general presidency in general conference on Saturday, 2 April 2005. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University. Lifferth has served her community on elementary and high school parent-teacher association boards and on the BYU Women’s Conference Committee. She has served the Church as a member of the Primary General Board, counselor in a stake Relief…
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Cheryl C. Lant – portrait and biography

Cheryl C. Lant was sustained as the 11th general president of the Primary in general conference on Saturday, 2 April 2005. Lant studied early childhood development at Brigham Young University and has spent most of her adult life teaching children, both as the mother of nine and as an educator. She is cofounder and co-owner with her husband of Learning Dynamics Academic Preschool and the cofounder and developer of Frontline…
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Ann M. Dibb – portrait and biography

Ann Dibb was born and raised in Salt Lake City. She earned her bachelor’s degree at BYU in elementary education. She is married to Roger Dibb, and they are the parents of one daughter and three sons. Sister Dibb has had the opportunity to remain at home and be a full-time homemaker. She has served in each of the Church auxiliaries. At the time of her call to the Young…
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Mary N. Cook – portrait and biography

Mary N. Cook, served on the Young Women General Board prior to her call as second counselor in the Young Women general presidency. Sister Cook and her husband, former member of the Seventy, Elder Richard E. Cook, were previously called to preside over a newly-created Mongolian mission where they had served as full-time missionaries. Later she accompanied her husband to Hong Kong where he served in the Asia Area Presidency….
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