Nonresident Fellow, Fletcher School
Zviad is a security entrepreneur, public speaker and manager with over 7 years of international experiences, including the European Parliament and NATO Defense College in Rome.
In 2017-18, Zviad co-led two editions of the Eurasia Leadership Trek under the Center for Asia Leadership, with graduate from Tufts Fletcher School, Harvard and MIT. In addition, Zviad served on the organizing committee for the Harvard European Conference 2018.
Zviad is passionate about advancing security and democracy in the Euro-Atlantic community through leadership and high tech. To promote the notion of technology-enabled democracy, Zviad recently coined a term - Temocracy and toured several cities in the United States to share his findings to world-class experts and policy community. Zviad holds a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD) degree from The Fletcher School, Tufts University, and B.A. in Political Science (Honors) from Sokhumi State University in Tbilisi. He is a proud alumnus of the New Security Leaders program of the Warsaw Security Forum.