Primary General Advisory Council

Renee Arteaga

Renee M. Arteaga

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Renee M. Arteaga graduated as an accountant and cosmetologist and works for Macy’s department store. She resides in the Murray Utah Stake.

Born in Pisco, Peru, Sister Arteaga served as a full-time missionary in the Peru Lima North Mission. She serves as a self-reliance facilitator and has also served as assistant to the matron of the Lima Peru Temple, stake Primary secretary, ward Primary president, ward Young Women presidency counselor, and guest service missionary for the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Brittany Beattie

Brittany Beattie

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Brittany Beattie holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from Brigham Young University and works as an assistant managing editor of digital content for the Liahona.

Born in Murray, Utah, Sister Beattie lives in the Herriman Utah Stake. In addition to other callings, Sister Beattie has served as a temple ordinance worker, Primary teacher, Young Women adviser, ward Relief Society president, ward missionary, and single adult representative.

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Kathryn Godderidge

Kathryn W. Godderidge

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Kathryn W. Godderidge holds a bachelor’s degree in child development and family science from Brigham Young University. She and her husband, Scott, have 4 children and 11 grandchildren. Born in Sacramento, California, and currently residing in the Farmington Utah North Stake, Sister Godderidge has served in a multitude of callings, including ward and stake Primary president, ward Relief Society president, Young Women and Primary presidency counselor, Gospel Doctrine teacher, temple ordinance worker, and service missionary with the Addiction Recovery Program. Sister Godderidge was a full-time missionary in the Spain Madrid Mission.

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Kaylene Harding

Kaylene P. Harding

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Kaylene P. Harding holds a bachelor of science degree in home economics education from Brigham Young University. She and her husband, David, have 4 children and 16 grandchildren. Born in Salt Lake City, Sister Harding resides in the Lindon Utah Central Stake. She served with her husband presiding over the Baltic Mission and a Provo MTC branch. Sister Harding has also served as a temple ordinance worker, family history consultant, Gospel Doctrine teacher, stake Young Women president, and ward Relief Society president.

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Tisa Maile

Temutisa M. Maile

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Temutisa M. Maile works as a secretary for a private preschool and has worked with the Utah Pacific Islander Health Coalition. She is the mother of two children and resides in the Salt Lake City Utah Stake, which is also the city of her birth. Sister Maile has served as a ward Primary and Young Women presidency counselor, Young Women adviser, Primary Activity Days leader, Relief Society and Sunday School teacher, and full-time missionary in the California Santa Rosa Mission.

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Silvia Martel

Silvia Martel

Primary General Advisory Council Member

Sylvia Martel studied computer science and accounting and works as a senior accountant for the Global Services Department of the Church. She and her husband, Joseph, have a daughter and live in the Salt Lake Riverside Stake. Born in Iquique, Chile, Sister Martel served as a full-time missionary in the Chile Osorno Mission. Sister Martel has served in the Church through a variety of callings, including stake and ward Young Women president and Primary president, Young Women adviser, seminary and institute instructor, nursery leader, ward Relief Society president, and Primary presidency counselor.

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LuAnn Snow

LuAnn Snow

Primary General Advisory Council Member

LuAnn Snow received a degree in secretarial science from Weber State University. She and her husband, Steven, have two children and five grandchildren. Born in Bountiful, Utah, Sister Snow resides in the Layton Utah East Stake. She has worked as a Church-service missionary in the Relief Society Building. She also served as a history preservation specialist for the Young Women General Presidency and as a ward and stake Relief Society president, ward Relief Society presidency counselor, ward Primary secretary, Young Women adviser, and Gospel Doctrine teacher.

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