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Meet the newly called Relief Society General Presidency

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The Relief Society General Presidency (beginning August 1, 2022): First Counselor J. Anette Dennis (left), President Camille N. Johnson (middle) and Second Counselor Kristin M. Yee (right).
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During the Saturday afternoon session of April 2022 general conference, a new Relief Society General Presidency was called: President Camille N. Johnson, Sister J. Annette Dennis, and Sister Kristin M. Yee. Learn more about these leaders below.

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Sister Johnson has served for the past year as the Primary General President. She and her husband, Douglas, served as companion and mission president in the Perú Arequipa Mission from 2016 to 2019. When their service ended, Sister Johnson returned to work as a lawyer at the Snow, Christensen & Martineau law firm. She has served in several teaching and leadership assignments in her local congregation. Sister Johnson received English and law degrees from the University of Utah. She and her husband have three sons. She was born in Pocatello, Idaho.

Sister Dennis has served in many assignments, including the Primary general advisory council, the Davis County Utah Public Affairs Council, matron of the Guayaquil Ecuador Temple, and companion to her husband in the Ecuador Guayaquil West Mission. She was born in Provo, Utah, and studied elementary education at Brigham Young University. She and her husband Jorge Dennis have four children and nine grandchildren.

Sister Yee works as the manager of the Church’s animation team. She was previously employed by Disney Interactive Studios for 13 years. Her Church assignments have included the Primary general advisory council (since 2021), Relief Society president at stake and ward levels, ward Young Women president, and Sunday School teacher. She completed bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Brigham Young University. She was born in Sacramento, California.

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