Dr. Tamara Kharroub
Tamara Kharroub is the Assistant Executive Director and Senior Middle East Fellow at Arab Center Washington DC. Her research and publications explore issues of democratization and transitions, violent extremism and Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) programs, US foreign policy in the Middle East with particular emphasis on democracy and human rights, US policy toward Palestine/Israel, identity and conflicts, the role of media and communication technology in political participation, and gender issues in the Arab world. Prior to joining ACW, Dr. Kharroub was Associate Instructor at Indiana University and directed human rights and democracy programs in Palestine. She holds a PhD from Indiana University Bloomington and an MA from the University of Westminster, and is the recipient of several awards and scholarships including Fulbright.