Sarah Jane Weaver
Sarah Jane Weaver is the assistant editor of the LDS Church News, where since 1995 she has covered, among other things, LDS Welfare Services and Church Education. Her favorite assignments include reporting on LDS Church temple dedications and writing about Latter-day Saints around the world. Sarah graduated from BYU in with a degree in journalism and history and served as editor and chief of the BYU student newspaper, the Daily Universe. Before joining the Deseret News staff, she worked for the Ogden Standard Examiner in Ogden, Utah, and completed a Pulliam Fellowship at the Arizona Republic in Phoenix, Ariz.

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