Daduna Getsadze

Daduna Getsadze

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

Daduna has finished school this year and intends to continue her studies in the field of international relations as her interests have always been focused on equality, free speech, human right, and peace. Daduna is an alumni of FLEX (Futures Leaders Exchange) program, a member of PGLF (Preparing Global Leaders Forum) network and was volunteering as a Lead Person Coordinator at BUBW (Better Understand For A Better World) community. She aspires to form relationships and strives to find and share her voice in this world and as a part of Young European Ambassadors, it’s going to be a great benefit for expanding her knowledge and it will help establish oneself as a leader and be an example for the younger generation. Daduna is fighting for breaking down stereotypes and bringing peace on earth and she’s going to achieve success and the path to victory through leadership. It requires her to inspire, to influence, to challenge, to have the will and to be determined.

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