Kathryn Jewett Hogenson, a native of Richmond, Virginia, is a graduate of Emory & Henry College and the University of Virginia School of Law. She has worked as an attorney and as a researcher for the International Teaching Center at the Bahá'í World Center. Currently she is the senior consultant for the Office of Community Administration at the Bahá'í National Center. A lifelong student of history and government, she is the author of Lighting the Western Sky: The Hearst Pilgrimage and the Establishment of the Bahá'í Faith in the West (George Ronald Books, 2010), as well as the co-author of another book about history. She is currently researching a biography on Hand of the Cause of God, Horace Holley and the establishment of the Bahá'í Administrative Order. She lives in Florida with her husband, Gary Hogenson. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.
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