President, Latter-day Saint Charities
After federal government and small business experience, Sharon Eubank joined Latter-day Saint Charities in 1998. She worked to establish seventeen international employment offices helping women entrepreneurs. In successive positions she redesigned the wheelchair and mobility global supply chain and functioned as Middle East regional director of Latter-day Saint Charities. In 2011, Eubank was appointed director of worldwide operations. She implemented practical improvements that sourced supplies from local markets, expanded a qualified volunteer base, cooperated more closely with other faith-based organizations, and strategically partnered with global organizations on chronic issues such as maternal and newborn survival, education for displaced children, and cyclical famine-related disasters. In addition to her work, now as president of Latter-day Saint Charities, Eubank was selected to serve in the general presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ women’s organization, called Relief Society, from April 2017 to August 2022. In this capacity, she helped provide leadership and resources for 7.1 million members in 162 countries.