Urmila Dasi, who is also known as Dr. Edith Best, is a widely known teacher of Bhakti yoga and an associate editor at Back to Godhead magazine. She spent 19 years in administration and teaching at ISKCON primary schools and is on the faculty of Bhaktivedanta College. She also blogs. Contact via her Facebook page.
Ananda Vrindavan is a priest at ISKCON of D.C. (located in Potomac, Md.), where she writes an inspirational blog that often touches on the 40-year-old temple’s environmental activities.
Madan Gopal Das is a priest at the ISKCON temple in Towaco, N.J. The temple is working to build a new temple in nearby Parsippany and Madan Gopal Das has spoken with the press.
Maria Ekstrand is a professor and psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Her primary research interests involve primary and secondary AIDS prevention, with a focus on India. She was involved in the development of the Hare Krishna movement’s child abuse investigation guidelines. Ekstrand is co-author of a book about the history, development […]
The Rev. Eugenio Fizzotti is a Catholic priest and a professor at the Papal University of the Salesians in Rome and at the University of Urbino, where he teaches psychology of religion. He is co-founder of the Viktor Frankl Institut in Vienna and president of the European Association of Existential Analysis (ALAEF). He has authored […]
Richard J. Cole (Radha Mohan Das) is a Hare Krishna monk and secretary of communications at Bhaktivedanta Manor, the U.K. headquarters of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. In collaboration with Graham Dwyer, he has contributed to and edited a collection of essays on the Hare Krishna movement, The Hare Krishna Movement: Forty Years of Chant and […]
Burke Rochford is a professor of religion at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt. His teaching and research focuses on contemporary religious movements and communities in the United States, with a particular emphasis on the Hare Krishna movement. He is the author of Hare Krishna in America, as well as numerous articles on the development of the Krishna […]