Young Women General Presidency
Bonnie H. Cordon
Young Women General President
Sister Cordon was called as Young Women General President in March of 2018. Born to a large family in Idaho, she developed a determined work ethic on her family’s farm in Idaho Falls. She and her husband, Derek, met at Brigham Young University and were married in the Salt Lake Temple in 1986. They have four grown children.
Michelle D. Craig
First Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency
Sister Craig was called as First Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency in March of 2018. A natural teacher, Sister Craig has worked as a literacy tutor, Gospel Doctrine teacher, and full-time missionary in the Dominican Republic. She and her husband, Boyd, have three children.
Second Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency
Sister Craven was called as Second Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency in March of 2018. When she was a young child, her parents joined the Church while her father was stationed at Fort Bliss in Texas. She and her husband, Ron, have ministered in many parts of the world. Together they have raised five children.
Young Women General Board Members
Sister Carol Costley was born in London, England. She received a master’s degree from Brigham Young University in social work and worked with individuals and families as an independent services professional. Sister Costley volunteered in her community through a local theater, with counseling groups, and with the Disabled Rights Action Committee. She and her husband, Jerry, have five children.
Sister Liz Darger was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received a bachelor’s degree in family sciences and a master’s degree in school counseling psychology, both from Brigham Young University. Sister Darger works as the senior associate athletic director at BYU. She served as a part-time service missionary in LDS Distribution Services from 2003 to 2004. Sister Darger also volunteers on the leadership team of the NCAA Common Ground initiative.
Sister Vicki Jackman was born in Logan, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Brigham Young University. Sister Jackman and her husband, Brad, served as senior missionaries from 2015 to 2017 in the England London Mission. She has also served in her community in the PTA and with the Food and Care Coalition. Sister Jackman and her husband are the parents of six children.
Sister Shelby Killpack was born in Santa Barbara, California. She studied family science at Brigham Young University. Sister Killpack served as a service missionary for addiction recovery with young single adults and at the Orem High School seminary. She also volunteered with the PTA. Sister Killpack and her husband, Chris, have six children.
Sister Lori Newbold was born in South Jordan, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in mental health counseling from the University of Phoenix. She works as the director of training services for Seminaries and Institutes of Religion. Sister Newbold served in the Ohio Cincinnati Mission from 2002 to 2004. She has also served on the Materials Evaluation Committee for the Church’s Correlation Department.
Sister Shauna Ogden was born in Santa Monica, California. She attended college at Angeles Harbor College and received a medical assistant degree. Sister Ogden owns and operates a medical business, where she works as a financial officer and manager. As a volunteer, she served in leadership on the board with the America's Freedom Festival and several other philanthropic, civic, and community organizations. Sister Ogden and her husband, Jeffrey, have seven children.
Sister Amy Wright was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in human development and family studies. Sister Wright worked at Marquette University in the College of Communications, where she helped to facilitate an urban journalism camp for inner city youth. She has volunteered with the PTA, Spectrum Program, and at Huntsman Cancer Institute. Sister Wright and her husband, James, have three children.
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Primary General Presidency
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