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Mariam is from Tbilisi, Georgia. She’s a graduate from the Free University of Tbilisi, where she studied governance and social sciences. She worked for several news agencies as a reporter specializing in international politics.
Other than that she’s a devoted liberty activist and works with NGOs, activist groups, and grassroots movements in the South Caucasus region and throughout Europe. From 2015 she has been an organizer of a civic campaign which has been launched to counter the rise in anti-western messages and propaganda in the Caucasus region.
She speaks English, Russian and French and is passionate about philosophy, biotechnology and the future of Artificial Intelligence.