Three new members have been called to the Relief Society general board. They will work with the Relief general presidency and other members of the board to help meet the needs of women around the world.
Tracy Yeulande Browning, 41, Prairie 8th Ward, West Jordan Utah Prairie Stake. Born in New Rochelle, New York, to Clive Adams and Sharon Cox. Studied at St. John’s University. Works as a Client Service Director in the Publishing Services Department of the Church. Married to Brayden D. Browning; they have two children. Served as a ward and stake Relief Society presidency counselor, Relief Society teacher, Mia Maid adviser, and in various Relief Society and Young Women callings. Volunteered with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Habitat for Humanity and United Way Day of Caring.
Lori Draper, 52, Emigration Canyon Ward, Salt Lake Monument Park Stake. Born in Salt Lake City to Ron and Barbara Veach. Received a bachelor’s degree in health promotion from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in social work from Fordham University. Works as a social worker for LDS Family Services in Salt Lake City and has worked for LDS Family Services in New York City. Married to Malcolm Draper; they have three children. Served as a missionary in the North Carolina Charlotte Mission, an early morning seminary teacher, and in various Relief Society, Young Women and Primary callings.
Susan Marie Mullen, 62, Pleasant View 5th Ward, Provo Utah Sharon East Stake. Born in Newport Beach, California, to James Edward Owen and Jane Marie Stabler. Received a bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University. Works as an adjunct faculty member in religious education at Brigham Young University where she teaches missionary preparation. Married to Thomas E. Mullen; they have four children. Served with her husband as he presided over the New York Utica Mission from 2003-2006 and as a Provo MTC branch president. Served as a gospel doctrine teacher, institute teacher, stake mission preparation teacher, ward Young Women president, and stake Young Women presidency councilor and camp director. Volunteered with the PTA and as a Pathway institute teacher.