Our Women Leaders

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“Our Women Leaders,” Friend, November 2018

Our Women Leaders

Cut out the pictures on page 25 and tape them in place on the chart. Put tape at the top of each picture so you can still read the facts underneath.

Friend Magazine, 2018/11 Nov

Sister Joy D. Jones

Primary General President

  • Loves eating popcorn and playing with her family.

  • As a child, carried stacks of library books home to read before school and on weekends.

  • Studied home and family sciences in college because she loves children.

Sister Lisa L. Harkness

First Counselor, Primary General Presidency

  • Served a Spanish-speaking mission in Louisiana, USA.

  • Taught children at a science museum during college.

  • Likes golfing, hiking, and doing family history.

Sister Cristina B. Franco

Second Counselor, Primary General Presidency

  • Was born in Argentina and met her husband when they were in Primary.

  • Loves art and has designed fabrics.

  • Likes getting together with family to eat homemade pasta.

Sister Bonnie H. Cordon

Young Women General President

  • In grade school, she raised chickens and sold eggs.

  • Studied education in college and served missions in Portugal and Brazil.

  • Loves to scuba dive, ski, hike, and meet people around the world.

Sister Michelle D. Craig

First Counselor, Young Women General Presidency

  • Served a mission in the Dominican Republic.

  • Studied to be an elementary-school teacher.

  • Enjoys doing family history and going to the temple.

Sister Becky Craven

Second Counselor, Young Women General Presidency

  • Lived in Germany, England, and seven U.S. states when she was growing up.

  • Studied interior design in college and served a mission in North Carolina, USA, with her husband.

  • Likes snowshoeing, painting, and playing games with her family.

Sister Jean B. Bingham

Relief Society General President

  • By the time she was seven, she had lived in four U.S. states!

  • Loves to climb trees, watch birds, and collect interesting rocks.

  • Studied teaching in college and enjoys helping people learn.

Sister Sharon Eubank

First Counselor, Relief Society General Presidency

  • Served a mission in Finland and taught English in Japan.

  • Directs the Church’s humanitarian work, including giving wheelchairs to people who can’t walk.

  • Likes history, homemade pie, and crossword puzzles.

Sister Reyna I. Aburto

Second Counselor, Relief Society General Presidency

  • Was born in Nicaragua and survived a big earthquake as a child.

  • Studied engineering in college and owns a translation company with her husband.

  • Was baptized when she was 26 years old.