Tatia Paradashvili holds a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in International Relations from International Black Sea University. She was able to study in leading Georgian and American universities with full scholarships from Georgian and U.S. governments. In 2017 Tatia received a full scholarship from the U.S. Department of State (Global UGRAD Program) and studied at Ball State University in Indiana, the U.S. for one semester. Moreover, she was recognized in the Dean’s honor list for her outstanding academic achievement by the Dean of the College of sciences and Humanities, Indiana, US. Furthermore, in 2017-2021 Tatia has been actively engaged in internships at the U.S. Embassy in Georgia, the Ministry of IDPs from the Occupied Territories of Georgia, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. In 2021, Tatia got selected as a volunteer vice-coordinator of the YEAs in Georgia.
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