In recent years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has kicked off and maintained its "I'm a Mormon" advertising and public relations campaign around the country. Launched in 2010, the vast campaign has been an effort to introduce Latter-day Saints to the world. While their backgrounds and experiences are diverse, the profile subjects share a deep commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ. There are approximately 130,000 live profiles, according to LDS Church Public Affairs.

Any member of the church can to go to to create a profile and share their feelings and faith. This is a list of prominent Latter-day Saints with profiles on

Alex Boye

Alex Boye realized he wanted a career in music when he returned home to London, England, following a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

For the past 15 years he has entertained audiences worldwide, sold more than half a million CDs and produced hits in more than 15 countries.

And he's a Mormon.

Brandon Flowers

Brandon Flowers is the frontman of the rock band The Killers. The band was formed in late 2001. Since then, Flowers has performed with some of the biggest names in music.

Flowers was born in 1981 in Henderson, Nev., the youngest of six kids. The family moved to Utah when he was 8 years old, then later moved back to Las Vegas, where he lives today. In 2005, he married his longtime girlfriend, Tana Mundkowsky. The couple has three sons: Ammon, Gunnar and Henry.

Jon Schmidt

Born in 1966, Jon Schmidt is a pianist from Bountiful, Utah. He describes his style as "New Age Classical."

He was born to German immigrants who acquainted him with the works of such composers as Beethoven, Mozart and Chopin. He began songwriting at age 11.

To date, Schmidt has released eight albums and seven piano books containing transcriptions of original arrangements.

Alan Osmond

Alan is the third son of the famous Osmond family. Alan was the leader of the family group, playing piano, guitar, co-writing many of their songs and arranging the dance choreography. Today he rarely performs because he has multiple sclerosis.

Alan and his wife, Suzanne, have eight sons, all of whom are Eagle Scouts and returned missionaries.

Patrice Tipoki

Raised in a Mormon household, Patrice Tipoki grew up singing, performing and touring Australia with her parents and siblings.

She recently played the green witch in the popular production, "Wicked."

Jane Clayson Johnson

Jane Clayson Johnson, an accomplished violinist, graduated from BYU with a degree in journalism and began her career at KSL-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Since then her career has taken her to ABC News in Los Angeles and CBS News in New York.

Although she does some part-time work as a radio host, Jane's top priority is her family.

Jason F. Wright

Jason Wright is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USAToday best-selling author. Articles by Wright have appeared in more than 50 newspapers and magazines across the United States, including the Washington Times, the Chicago Tribune and Forbes.

He is also a political commentator and has appeared on CNN, Fox News, C-SPAN and other programs.

Gary Toyn

A native of Huntsville, Utah, Gary Toyn says his lone claim to fame is having mowed the lawn for LDS President David O. McKay. He earned a degree from Weber State and went on to cover the NBA and the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Toyn has written and edited several books, as well as ghost written for people like Steven R. Covey, Jane Clayson, and Senators Bob Dole and Orrin Hatch. He is the author of "The Quiet Hero," the biography of WWII Medal of Honor recipient George Wahlen, and co-compiler of "Life Lessons from Fathers of Faith" and the compiler of "Life Lessons From Mothers of Faith."

Toyn has also had the opportunity to travel the globe to meet and interview world political leaders, dissidents and heads of state.

Athelia Kaye Woolley LeSueur

Athelia Kaye Woolley LeSueuer is a fashion designer in New York City.

Before becoming a designer, she was a modern dancer, counselor and neuroscience lab analyst.

She got married in her 30s and has one daughter for whom she is excited to design clothes.

Lacey Nymeyer John

In 2008, Lacey Nymeyer was a silver medalist in the Beijing Olympic Games.

In 2009, she was named the NCAA Woman of The Year.

Since then she married the man of her dreams in the Mesa Arizona Temple.

She no longer competes but loves to share her experience with youths through swim clinics and speaking opportunities around the country.

Bruce Summerhays

Bruce Summerhays attended the University of Utah and became a professional golfer in 1966.

Summerhays spent his regular (under 50) career competing in mainly local events, but as a senior, he has competed successfully on the Champions Tour and has won three Champions Tour events.

He has recently served as the president of the Florida Tampa Mission. He and his wife are the parents of eight children and, at last count, the grandparents of 34 grandchildren.

Paora Winitana

Paora Winitana is a professional basketball player in New Zealand.

He was given several opportunities to play Division I college basketball in the United States, including a scholarship offer from Wisconsin, but he decided to serve an LDS mission to Australia instead.

Winitana appeared in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens representing New Zealand.

He was ordained as an LDS bishop in 2005 and chooses not to play basketball on Sundays.

Mitch Smith

Smith, a native of Phoenix, had the honor of sharing Arizona high school player of the year honors with former NBA star Sean Elliott.

In college, Smith played for the University of Utah and went on to a professional career in Europe.

Smith, who was raised in the Baptist faith, married a "Mormon girl" in 1987. Despite negative feelings against the LDS Church, Smith said several miracles softened his heart and he took the missionary discussions while playing in Belgium in 1998. He was baptized that summer.

He has since returned to Utah and has coached the girls high school basketball team at Woods Cross.

William Hopoate

Before leaving on a mission in 2011, William Hopoate was a professional rugby league player for the Manly Sea Eagles in Australia.

Larry Gelwix

Many know how Larry Gelwix, a BYU graduate, built the Highland rugby team into a national powerhouse, winning numerous championships since 1973. His legacy was showcased in the 2008 film "Forever Strong."

In addition to coaching, Gelwix has been an airline CEO, a travel agency owner and an on-air syndicated radio talk show host.

He and his wife have five children and several grandchildren.

He was recently called to be a mission president in Fresno, Calif.

Kevin Fedderson

Kevin Fedderson started skateboarding when he was 11 years old. His big opportunity came when he was sponsored by a local skate shop. That spark led to him to become a professional skateboarder.

Joy Monahan

Joy Monahan is a professional surfer who lives in Hawaii. She recently graduated from BYU with a degree in accounting but rarely lets a day go by without getting to the ocean to surf or swim.

"I use the ocean as my daily therapy session," she said.

Gabe Reid

Gabe Reid, of American Samoa, played college football at BYU and in the NFL for the Chicago Bears. After a four-year career, he was released.

Chad Lewis

Chad Lewis played football at BYU and had a nine-year career with the St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles.

Before football, he served a mission to Taiwan. Because of that experience, Lewis has been to China several times as an ambassador for the NFL.

In recent years, Lewis published "Surround Yourself with Greatness," a book with many of his experiences.

In 2011, Lewis was invited by the NFL to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro with the Wounded Warrior Project.

Lewis and his wife have seven children.

Rob Morris

Rob Morris played football for BYU before being drafted by the Indianapolis Colts. Near the end of his eight-year NFL career, Morris was with the Colts when they won Super Bowl XLI.

Now retired from football, Morris and his wife enjoy staying at home and spending time with their children.

Mark Bellini

Much of Mark Bellini's adult life has been devoted to playing football. He was an all-American at BYU and played two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before injuries eventually cut his career short. He concluded his career with 10 receptions for 133 yards and no touchdowns.

It was while Bellini was at BYU that he read the Book of Mormon and decided to join the LDS Church. Today he and his wife have six children.

Stetzon Bair

Stetzon Bair is a defensive lineman at the University of Oregon, where his brother Brandon also played. The 6-foot-9, 270-pound sophomore from St. Anthony, Idaho, started his college career at Iowa Western. Before that, he served an LDS mission. He recently married his sweetheart, Bethany.

Chris Badger

Chris Badger is a redshirt freshman at the University of Notre Dame. The hard-hitting safety from Provo, Utah, served a mission to Ecuador and has enjoyed his experience with the Fighting Irish.