WLGI Radio Bahá’í is operated by the Louis G. Gregory Bahá’í Institute in Hemingway, S.C.
Founded in 1931, Louhelen Bahá’í School, Retreat and Conference Center in Davison, Mich., offers educational programs for adults and youth.
Desert Rose Bahá’í Institute in Eloy, Ariz., offers a variety of Bahá’í spiritual programs.
The Bosch Bahá’í School, Retreat and Conference Center near Santa Cruz, Calif., offers classes for Bahá’ís of all ages. Founder John Bosch, a Swiss national who came to America in 1879, studied with ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, the successor to Bahá’u’lláh.
Todd Lawson is an associate professor in the department of Near and Middle Eastern civilizations at the University of Toronto. A specialist in Islamic mysticism, he has written about the Bahá’í Faith.
Arthur Dahl is a member of the Bahá’í Faith, retired deputy assistant executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme and now coordinator of the UNEP/University of Geneva Programme of Advanced Studies in Environmental Diplomacy. He can speak about Bahá’ís and sustainable development and climate change. He lives in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Association for Bahai Studies—North America includes Bahá’í scholars from around the world. It publishes The Journal of Bahá’í Studies and holds an annual conference.
Robert H. Stockman is an adjunct faculty member of the department of religious studies at DePaul University in Chicago. He is a Bahá’í who has written about the history of the faith in America.
June Manning Thomas is Centennial Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a Bahá’í author. Her books include Planning Progress: Lessons From Shoghi Effendi.