His scholarly background, expertise, and interests span many significant domains. He is, first and foremost, a university professor and researcher. Along with serving on the editorial board of multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals, he has authored three books, published over twelve research papers, and delivered numerous seminars and lectures. His founding of the Saudi Dialects and Folk Heritage Association and serving on its Board of Directors constitute further cultural contributions. As a co-founder of Cultural Discourse, he oversaw various cultural-centric events and activities. In an administrative capacity, he also served as General Director of the Al-Jasser Cultural Center, General Supervisor of the Chair of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Latin America, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Arabian Society for Culture and Arts, and Secretary-General of the Ghazi Al-Gosaibi Award, as well as Chairman of its Scientific Committee. Furthermore, he has worked as a consultant for several organizations, including the Shura Council (the Saudi Parliament), the Ministry of Culture and Information, and others, in addition to his work in the media, first as a journalist and then as a media consultant for several institutions.