Famous Mormon Women 

Welcome to Famous Mormon Women   This site is dedicated to celebrating the lives and accomplishments of Women members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , Mormon Church who have achieved some level of fame in their lives. The women listed in the area of the  are also found by category at  Famous.mormons.net  I have had many emails asking to put the women in a separate area by themselves  so here you go listed alphabetical !
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Janet Kay Jensen Janet Kay Jensen is an award-winning author of Don’t You Marry the Mormon Boys (Bonneville Books, Cedar Fort Press, 2007) and co-author of The Book Lover's Cookbook, Recipes Inspired by Celebrated Works of Literature and the Passages That Feature Them (Wenger & Jensen, Ballantine Books, 2003). Her work also appears in Healing Ministry Journal, Writing Secrets, Everton's Family History Magazine, ByLine, Meridian, and The Magic of Stories. She holds degrees in Speech-Language Pathology from Utah State University and Northwestern University and is an adult literacy tutor. She is a member of Author's Guild and has won numerous awards from the League of Utah Writers. She and her husband are the parents of three college student sons.


Courtney Johnson
Water Polo (USA)
silver 2000 Sydney
She joined the national team in 1995. The 2000 Olympics were the first games to include women’s water polo as an official team sport. In 2002, she passed the California State Bar Exam and retired from water polo.

  Gea Johnson
Bobsled (USA)
2002 Salt Lake City
"[The] opening ceremonies reflected my pride of family, country... Then, of course, there's the Mormons, and I'm LDS.



Jenna Kim Jones

Writer, Comedian


Jenna Kim Jones is a Writer and Script Assistant for The Daily Show.  www.thedailyshow.com  She is also a very funny standup comedian. 

From her website ..... What’s with the whole “I’m Mormon” thing?

No, it isn’t just a way to ward off creepy guys in a bar with talk of eternal marriage AFTER they buy me a Diet  Coke (on the rocks). It’s true, I’m a Mormon.  A real living breathing active Mormon. (And the rumors that I am studying the secret to make it rain Skittles are…100% true.)




Natasha Kai 2008 Beijing Olympian Natasha Kai of Kahuku, Hawaii, is a forward and the No. 3 goal-scorer on the U.S.  Soccer team. Natasha made her full Women’s National Team debut at the 2006 Algarve Cup in Portugal, scoring in her first two games against Denmark and France, both as a substitute. She became the 4th player in WNT history to score in her first two caps and is the first-ever player from Hawaii to play for the full U.S. WNT. She enjoys singing and takes after her father Benny Kai, who is a professional singer at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Oahu.

Tracy Kennick


Tracy Kennick is a news anchor in Southeast Texas on KBMT Channel 12 News She went on to graduate from Brigham Young University as an honors student with a major in broadcast communication and a minor in political science. She then worked for KSL Television in Salt Lake City, Utah before moving to Texas.www.kbmt12.com
King Sisters King Family

One of the big band era's most popular and enduring vocal groups, the King Sisters -- Donna, Yvonne, Luise and Alyce -- were born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT. Taking their stage name from their father, vocal trainer Daddy King Driggs.


Erin Klingler The author of the novel, Love Beyond Tomorrow.  It's a story about love, about staying true to oneself, about having the courage to love and trust, and knowing which paths of life to follow.  Its themes are of interest to young women and women alike.



Gladys Knight Gladys Knight
She was baptized in August 1997 and received the endowment one year later.  In 2000, she produced her first inspirational album, Many Different Roads, and in 2002, she organized a choir “to provide an opportunity for people who wouldn’t come otherwise to an LDS meeting, where they will hear a strong Christ-centered message of the restored gospel and feel the spirit that is present.”  The choir is made up of more than 100 members from several stakes in the greater Las Vegas area.  They bring a new level of passion and cultural awareness to the traditionally reserved LDS hymns.  At the request of President Hinckley “to make your music available world-wide”, they have introduced their debut album One Voice, available at most retail music locations.

Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices win a Grammy February 8th 2006 !

Saints Unified Voices

Melanie Kosoff The USA's best female weightlifter. She failed to make the 2000 Olympic team due to an injury to her elbow.

Sarah Lane



LEX 18 News General Assignment Reporter Lexington, Ky

Sarah Lane's Kentucky roots run deep, as a fourth generation farmer with family ties throughout the Bluegrass State. Kentucky's nutrient-rich soil proved an important part of her childhood -and you'll find she isn't the least bit afraid of rolling her sleeves up and getting her hands dirty. The farm still proves an essential part of her character today - enriched through family values, hard work and healthy helpings of faith


  Barbara Lockhart
Speed Skater (USA)
1960 Squaw Valley, CA
1964 Innsbruck, Austria
She is a professor at BYU. Barbara also serves on the General Relief Society Board. Barbara is passionate about serving her community and believes the pursuit of "no poor among us" as attainable.

Annette Lyon



Author of some great books such as

AT the journey's End House on the Hill, At the Waters Edge and Lost Without You





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