Affiliated with the Los Angeles Baha’i Center
Director: Randolph Dobbs
Contact: Jason LaRue
The Baha’i Campus Association brings together members of the Baha’i Faith and others interested in its principles; seeking the unity of all humanity, facilitating reconciliation between the various religions, promoting the equality of women and men, and implementing Baha’i solutions to the world’s social problems.
Randolph Dobbs, is the Director of the Association for Baha’I Studies at the University of Southern California.
Randolph was born in Oakland, California, and raised in Salinas near Monterey where he attended Hartnell College. Mr. Dobbs is a member of the Regional Bahá’í Council of the State of California. He was elected to the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Los Angeles in the mid-90’s and serves as its secretary. He is a past-president of the Inter-Religious Council of Southern California and serves on its Executive Committee as well as the Advisory Board of the Guibord Center – Religion Inside Out.
In addition to his service in the Office of Religious Life at USC, he is also a member of the Board of Directors of the University Religious Conference at UCLA and part of the Interfaith Collective in the Mayor’s Office for the City of Los Angeles. His articles on religious matters appear on various websites including Examiner.com, Beliefnet.com, Iranian.com and Iranshahr.com, Iranpresswatch.org and Bahais.us.