Relief Society General Presidency
Jean B. Bingham
Relief Society General President
Sister Bingham was called as the 17th General President of the Relief Society in April 2017. Born in Utah and raised in the eastern United States, she and her husband, Bruce, raised two daughters and fostered several other children and teens. Sister Bingham holds degrees in teaching from National Louis University in Illinois and taught English as a second language to immigrants and refugees.
First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency
Sister Eubank was called as the First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency in April 2017. Born in California, Sister Eubank was educated at Brigham Young University, served a mission to Finland, and serves as director of Latter-day Saint Charities. She has worked in areas of education, civic affairs, and global humanitarian initiatives.
Reyna I. Aburto
Second Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency
Sister Aburto was called as the Second Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency in April 2017. Born in Nicaragua, she studied engineering and computer science in Nicaragua and the United States. She has worked in the translation industry for more than 25 years. She joined the Church at 26. She and her husband, Carlos, have three children.
Relief Society General Board Members
Mindy Booth Baxter
Sister Baxter was raised in Utah and holds degrees from the University of Utah and New York University. She worked in international development and financial compliance and is now a chef. She served as Relief Society president in the single adult ward where she met her husband, Ryan, whom she married in 2018.
Tracy Yeulande Browning
Sister Browning was born in New York and raised on the island of Jamaica. She joined the Church at age 16. She studied at St. John’s University and worked in the financial industry for 15 years before joining Church employment. She currently works as a director for the Publishing Services Department. She and her husband, Brady, are the parents of two children.
Sister Draper was born in Utah and served a mission in North Carolina. She holds degrees from Brigham Young University and Fordham University. She has worked as a therapist for LDS Family Services in New York and Utah. She and her husband, Malcolm, have three children.
Memnet P. Lopez
Sister Lopez, born in the Philippines, joined the Church in Guam. She holds a degree in biology from Brigham Young University–Hawaii. She served a mission in Chicago, Illinois, and later served with her husband, Marlo, as mission leaders in the Philippines Bacolod Mission. They have three sons.
From the eastern U.S., Sister Mehr served a mission to France, holds a degree in computer science from BYU, and enjoyed a career in the high-tech industry. She and her husband, Daniel, served as public affairs missionaries in the Caribbean and mission leaders in the West Indies. They have six children.
Susan Marie Mullen
Born in California, Sister Mullen joined the Church at age 25. She was recruited to teach ballroom dance at Brigham Young University and currently teaches mission preparation as adjunct faculty. She and her husband, Tom, served as mission leaders in the New York Utica Mission. They have four children.
Susan H. Porter
Sister Porter was raised in New York and has a degree in chemistry from Brigham Young University. She and her late husband, Elder Bruce D. Porter, raised their four children in the eastern U.S., Germany, and Utah and fulfilled Church assignments in Russia and in the Middle East.
Other Women Leaders
Young Women General Presidency
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Primary General Presidency
Meet the members of the Primary General Presidency and board. Learn how their backgrounds have prepared them for the call to guide Primary children around the world.