Khatuna Salukvadze, Senior Fellow at Harvard's Advanced Leadership Initiative and former Ambassador of Georgia, is a scholar and leading practitioner in diplomacy, international security, and institutional reforms. With key roles in the US-Georgia Strategic Partnership Charter and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic integration process, advising heads of government, and shaping national security concepts, Khatuna is a change leader. She is a member of the UN Senior Women Talent Pipeline and has been selected by the Secretary-General’s Global Call for Leaders for peace operations. She has taught and conducted research at Tbilisi State University and Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, focusing on international security, Euro-Atlantic integration, the Black Sea and Caspian regions, and energy security. At Harvard, her project advocates for the advancement of women in peacekeeping and international security.