I graduated LLM Law and Development degree at the University of Manchester and have more than 6 years of work experience in public service. At the Ministry of Justice of Georgia I was involved in the implementation of justice and rule of law reforms part of the European Neighborhood Policy action plan for Georgia. I also assisted my supervisor in EU-Georgia Association Agreement negotiations. In addition, I was involved in planning and implementation of criminal justice reforms as well as in elaboration of State strategy and action plan on migration management. For the last few years I've been working on the reforms related to judicial independence and have hold various positions within the judiciary of Georgia. In 2012-2013 I served as Georgia's youth representative to the United Nations that exposed me to and deepened my interest in youth policy. In addition, my policy interests include education and economic development.