Annette Lantos Tillemann-Dick

Annette Tillemann-Dick has been a lifelong political activist and persistent advocate for both global human rights and patient well-being. She received her MA from Stanford and her Master of Arts in Religion at Yale Divinity School. She joined the first full class of women at Yale University in 1971. Annette is a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was an early adopter of homeschooling, sending their 10 children to elite universities. Annette was born in San Francisco to Tom and Annette Tillemann Lantos, Holocaust survivors and famed human rights advocates.