Dr. Atif Imtiaz
Academic Director, Cambridge Muslim College
After studying psychology and philosophy at City University, Dr. Imitiaz completed a PhD in social psychology at the London School of Economics on Muslim identity politics. He has been active in Muslim community life for over two decades. He was part of the Young Muslims UK and FOSIS in the '90s serving on the national committee for both organisations and has since studied Sufism with Shaykh Nuh Keller. More recently he worked as an Equality and Diversity advisor to NHS Bradford and Airedale. He has advised the British government on deradicalization, Bradford Council on integration, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Healthcare Commission and the BBC. Wandering Lonely in a Crowd is his first book and contains a series of reflections on recent debates that affect the Muslim community. Atif Imtiaz works as the Academic Director of the Cambridge Muslim College based in Cambridge, United Kingdom.