Adam Whitcomb is a Policy Analyst at the Institute for Gulf Affairs since September 2015. He is a graduate from UMass Amherst earning a B.A. in Psychology and Middle Eastern Studies. Adam’s interests include humanitarian research and global economics; since joining the Institute he has gained research experience regarding the Syrian refugee crisis and humanitarian crimes within the Gulf States. He runs one of the Institute’s human rights campaign on death penalty in the GCC.
His twitter handle is @akwhit74