Dr Saima Eman is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate working on the psychology work package in Many Happy Returns.
Her role in Many Happy Returns is to understand people’s decisions and behaviours with respect to reuse. She will look at whether it is possible to promote reuse through behavioural interventions.
Saima is a Chartered Member of The British Psychological Society (BPS), UK, Commonwealth Alumni Advisory Panel Member, UK, APA, MFP Fellow & International Affiliate, Div 41 AP-LS member and conference reviewer, Commonwealth mentor and Advisory council member at Global network of Psychologists for Human Rights.
She is a social psychology and a human rights/humanity/environmental psychology researcher and an advocate. She has an intensive teaching and a scientific career. She is also a Publons Peer Reviewer. She is a freelance Psychology Tutor and founder of Khan Bahadur Visionaries. She is a poet, artist, writer, and an ideator.
Previously, she was a Lecturer and then an Assistant Professor and Associate Editor JRP, at Department of Applied Psychology, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU). She also worked as a researcher at Training Impact, Gallup and Khoj Society for People’s Education.