Tamim Alothimin is an Assistant Researcher in the Contemporary Political Thought unit at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies (Joined 2019). He graduated with a B.A in Psychology and a minor in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts Boston, where he earned the degree with great honor.
Tamim is also licensed from the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS) as a specialist in Psychology. He worked in Boston treatment centers with people who were diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and the various Dementia ailments. In that field, he learned a lot about the role of Environment and Geography in the progression of diseases. Also, the effect of an individual’s socioeconomic status can have on treatment approaches.
Tamim is a member of:
The International Honor Society in Psychology
The Golden Key International Honour Society
Speaks: Arabic, English, Spanish (Intermediate), German (Beginner).
Research interests include: Political Ecology, Grassroots Participation, Environmental Justice, Climate Change Policies, Environmental Identities and Ecoterrorism.