Reyna I. Aburto
Aburto was born in Managua, Nicaragua to Noel Blanco and his wife, Delbi Cardoza. She moved to California in 1984 as civil violence increased in Nicaragua. She joined the LDS Church in California in 1989 and moved to Utah shortly afterward. In 1993, she married Carlos Aburto, a native of Mexico, in the Jordan River Temple. She has a degree in computer science from Utah Valley University. She co-owns a translation company with her husband.
From 2012 to 2016, Aburto was a member of the LDS Church's Primary General Board.
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- LDS.org bio
- another bio of Aburto from lds.org
- Deseret News article on new Relief Society General Presidency
- lds.living article on Aburto
- St. George news article
- Spectrum article
- Ogden Standard-Examiner article on Aburto's call
- Salt Lake Tribune source on Aburto
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