Tatia Bolkvadze ’22

Tatia Bolkvadze
Tatia is a senior from the Republic of Georgia, majoring in International Relations - Political Science.

In the fall of 2020, Tatia interned at the United Nations Global Compact where she contributed to the planning and execution of events on corporate sustainability, as well as at Transparency International Georgia where she analysed open government strategies and participated in research projects on government transparency and corruption. In the summer of 2021, Tatia did research at MIT and analysed the human cost of armed conflicts. At the same time, she wrote and published a research essay on internet warfare as a tool for Russian foreign policy. Tatia is currently studying abroad at the University of Oxford taking classes in comparative government and political thought. Tatia speaks Georgian, English, Russian, and Spanish. In the future, she wants to work in the international development sector at a multilateral organization.