“Our Women Leaders,” Friend, Oct. 2015, 11–12Our Women LeadersThese women are wives, mothers, and grandmothers. Here are some other fun things about them! You can print more cards at friend.lds.org.Sister Linda K. BurtonGeneral President of the Relief SocietyLoved roller-skating, hopscotch, kickball, and neighborhood games as a child.Was called as a Primary chorister while living in New Zealand as a teen.Studied in college to become an elementary school teacher.Sister Carole M. StephensFirst Counselor Relief Society General PresidencyWas sealed to her parents when she was five, after her mom was baptized and her dad started coming to church again.Sang in choirs and was captain of a drill team called the Bonnie Lassies.Taught seminary and loves religion classes. Met her husband at institute.Sister Linda S. ReevesSecond Counselor Relief Society General PresidencyGrew up playing in the banana trees in her backyard with her four younger brothers.Loves swimming and reading books to her grandchildren.Loves to read the Book of Mormon and stories about Jesus.Sister Bonnie L. OscarsonGeneral President of the Young WomenAs a child, loved reading under the apricot trees and climbing trees with her two older brothers.Was art editor of her high school’s magazine and studied literature and graphic design in college.Lived in eight different U.S. states and in Sweden twice!Sister Carol F. McConkieFirst Counselor Young Women General PresidencyLiked reading in the farmhouse attic when she wasn’t working or playing in the orchards and fields.Spent a summer in France as a teen.In college, was a student teacher in a high school English class.Sister Neill F. MarriottSecond Counselor Young Women General PresidencyLiked horseback riding as a child, and rode in the local rodeo parade.Was baptized when she was 22 years old.First job was working in a library. Later, loved reading bedtime stories to her 11 children.Sister Rosemary M. WixomGeneral President of the PrimarySometimes switched with her twin sister to trick people!Taught third grade after graduating from college.Loved learning about geography and now visits some countries she dreamed of visiting.Sister Cheryl A. EsplinFirst Counselor Primary General PresidencyPut out a fire and saved her brother from being badly burned on their farm in Wyoming, USA.Liked reading and playing sports, especially basketball.Taught school for two years after graduating from college.Sister Mary R. DurhamSecond Counselor Primary General PresidencyLearned not to take dares when she got her tongue stuck on cold metal.Studied dance in college.As a mother, was like a nurse, teacher, baker, and gardener, and had her own tool bag to fix things!