Nadim Nassif is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Education and Physical Education at the Faculty of Humanities in Notre Dame University-Louaize, Lebanon.
He is the academic advisor of the physical education and sports major and former manager of the NDU FIFA/CIES Sports Management program. He has a BA in Physical Education from the University of Balamand (Lebanon), MA in Sport Management (FIFA Master in Sport Management, Law and Humanities from the International Centre for Sport Studies, Switzerland), Mphil in Sport history (DeMontfort University, United Kingdom) and PhD in Sport Sociology (Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France).
He is the fitness and assistant coach of the Lebanese junior, women senior and men senior futsal national teams. He is also the head coach of the Lebanese Mixed Martial Arts national team. He is a consultant for the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF). He has professionally and scientifically deepened his knowledge and skills in the field of sport through competing as an athlete, teaching university students, coaching athletes, participating in conferences, workshops, and working as a consultant for several national and international federations. His research interests encompass sport history, coaching high-performance sport, sports sociology, politics in sport and sport management, mainly in the field of elite sport policy.