Tamara Sartania is a parliamentary capacity building expert with more than 10 years of experience in parliamentary strengthening, women’s rights, civil society capacity-building, open parliament and open data. She currently manages USAID-funded multi-million dollar program aimed at aimed at strengthening political party caucuses at the national and local level as well as safeguarding elections. In her current role, Tamara was instrumental in assisting the parliament of Georgia to adopt Open Parliament Action Plan. She co-chairs a working group on Parliamentary Ethics and has drafted a text for the Code of Ethics of the Parliament of Georgia that has been initiated in September, 2016.

Tamara holds a Master's of Arts in Law and Diplomacy Degree from Fletcher School, Tufts University and Bachelor of Art's Degree in International Relations from Tbilisi State University.