Daduna Getsadze

Daduna Getsadze

  • Country of origin: Georgia
  • Current residence: Georgia, Ozurgeti

Daduna has finished school this year, with an interest in equality, free speech, human rights, and peace and intends to continue her studies in the field of International Relations. She is an alumnus of the FLEX (Futures Leaders Exchange) programme, a member of the PGLF (Preparing Global Leaders Forum) network and she was previously volunteering as a Lead Person Coordinator at the BUBW (Better Understand For A Better World) community. As a part of Young European Ambassadors, she aspires to form new professional relationships and strives to find and share her voice in this world. She believes this initiative will benefit her greatly in expanding her knowledge, establishing herself as a leader and becoming an example for the younger generation. Daduna is fighting to break down stereotypes and bring peace to earth, and she will achieve her success by inspiring, influencing, and challenging others, and having the will and determination to be the best at all three.

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