Haim was born in Cordoba, Spain, in 1981. While the impact of Judaism in Spain is in some ways cherished as an important part of Spanish history, the Jewish past/community has been nearly obliterated. Following the Expulsion and the Inquisition, the Jewish presence was practically erased from collective memory. After graduating from the University of Seville with a degree in law, Haim committed himself to recovering Jewish Spain. In 2005, together with a Spanish couple who shared his passion for Sephardic Judaism, he started a cultural center and museum called Casa de Sefarad in the heart of the Jewish quarter of Cordoba. Meanwhile, along with other Jewish leaders, he started Beit Rambam, the first progressive congregation in sourthern Spain. In 2010, he opened Casa Mazal, a cultural café devoted to Sephardic gastronomy. Haim was ordained in London at West London Synagogue on the second of July 2017. He will serve as rabbi at Keren Or, the progressive Jewish community of Lyon (France) and at GIL, the progressive Jewish community of Geneva (Switzerland). He is also the founder and director of Makom Sefarad, a project based in Seville (Spain) and devoted to facilitate the encountering between local Jews and Jewish visitors in Spain. He also collaborates with Jewish communities and cultural organizations in the U.K., France, Spain, and Morocco. His dream is to promote destinations in Spain and Morocco where visitors can encounter an inclusive and diverse experience of Judaism. Part of this dream is also to preserve and promote Spanish Jewish heritage.