Tamta Tvalavadze is a freelance journalist based in Caucasus Region, Tbilisi. She earned her MA degree in multimedia journalism and media management from GIPA and BA degree in journalism and mass communications from Tbilisi State University.
She is involved in coordinating and developing academic programs of school of Journalism. Has experience working with several media organizations on different positions, right now she is a media monitor at The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics, UNDP Project and author of short documentary films. Tvalavadze cooperates with National Geographic Georgia, IWPR (Institute War and Peace Reporting) and international multimedia platform Chai Khana.
Giorgi Parkosadze has graduated from Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) in 2015 and got Master’s degree in Multimedia Journalism. He is freelance photographer and filmmaker. He has done several short documentary films. In 2018 he co-founded Level2 Films, a non-profit film production company, which has finished a production process of its first film “On the Garages” in November 2018. For now, Giorgi works on his first feature length documentary film.
In 2019 he co-founded ClickMedia, a non-profit multimedia production company focused on youth issues, which works on local and cross boarder projects and collaborates with local and international media partners.
Teona Goderdzishvili is a SMM at Chai Khana and multimedia journalist from Georgia. She has been part of Orange Magazine’s Marketing and Promotions team since 2018. Teona completed her postgraduate studies in Multimedia Journalism and Media Management at GIPA, while also experience in working for online, radio and TV platforms. She studied in Lithuania for her MA degree in Media Industries, with the financial support of the State Scholarship, and at the same time acquired diverse career experiences, from a newsroom at the RFE/RL Prague bureau to working as a radio host at a community radio in Limerick, Ireland. She interned at the Embassy of the Republic of Georgia in Vilnius and ended up as the creative hub manager in Beja, Portugal.