Appointed in 2023.
Sharon Eubank is the director of Humanitarian Services of The
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her portfolio includes 4,000 relief and
development projects annually in 190 countries/territories, the service platform JustServe
that connects volunteers with local opportunities, and oversight of the Perpetual
Education Fund, administering low-cost education loans to students in 40 countries since
From 2017-2022, Ms. Eubank served as a general officer of the Church and the first
counselor to President Jean B. Bingham in the general Relief Society presidency. The
presidency helps provide leadership and resources for 7.2 million Relief Society members
Prior to joining Humanitarian Services in 1998, Ms. Eubank owned a retail education
store in Provo, Utah, worked for the United States Senate in Washington, DC, and taught
English as an International Language in Suzuka, Japan.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Brigham Young University and has
served in a variety of civic capacities, including the Salvation Army Advisory Board of
Salt Lake City, the G-20 Interfaith Forum, Religions for Peace, and as a volunteer for
Junior Achievement of Utah.
She is originally from Redding, California but makes her home in Midway, Utah.