Ann M. Dibb

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Ann M. Dibb, a leader of the Young Women

Ann Dibb was born and raised in Salt Lake City, the daughter of Thomas S. Monson and Frances Johnson Monson. She was born on June 30, 1954. She earned her bachelor's degree at Brigham Young University in elementary education. She married Roger Dibb on on March 5, 1974, in the Salt Lake Temple, and they are the parents of one daughter and three sons. She has served in each of the Church auxiliaries. At the time of her call to the Young Women General Board, she was serving in the Relief Society presidency of her home ward. She was called as Second Counselor in the Young Women's Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes called the Mormon Church) in April, 2008 (

She enjoys reading, music, and walking. Sister Dibb recognizes the importance of all of the auxiliaries working together in order to benefit and assist the needs of the individual and the family. Sister Dibb loves the gospel of Jesus Christ, knows that it is true, and is grateful for this great blessing in her life and the life of her family.

She believes that truth resonates with all people, and that we can all feel the Spirit through the teachings of our leaders. “I learned as a young woman that you can hold onto the prophet’s testimony as you make the effort to gain your own,” she says. “Everyone has access to that if you open your heart and want to be taught by the Spirit.” [1]