Camille N. Johnson

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Camille Neddo Johnson was sustained as the Primary general president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 3, 2021. The Primary presidency oversees the Church’s organization that teaches children ages 18 months to 11 years the gospel of Jesus Christ and helps them live its principles. These leaders serve under the direction of the First Presidency and travel frequently to help guide and support the children and their local leaders.

Sister Johnson served as companion to her husband as he presided over the Peru Arequipa Mission from 2016 to 2019. When they were released, she returned to her work as a lawyer at the Snow, Christensen & Martineau law firm where she was president. She received both an English and law degree from the University of Utah.

She has served in the Church as Young Women president, gospel doctrine instructor, and member of ward Relief Society and Primary presidencies.

She was born in September 1963 in Pocatello, Idaho. She and her husband, Douglas R. Johnson have three sons.

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