Mr. Tengiz Sultanishvili is a Junior Researcher at PMC Research. In this role, he is responsible for conducting qualitative and quantitative research, analyzing various economic issues in Georgia, as well as supporting projects implemented by PMC Research.
He is actively engaged in conducting policy analysis, producing policy papers, and preparing research proposals, reports, and monthly newsletters.
Mr. Sultanishvili has accumulated valuable experience in research and analysis. Prior to joining our team, he worked as a Research Officer at “Charity Humanitarian Centre Abkhazeti.” He also worked as a Research Assistant on two book projects published by Yale and Harvard University presses. In addition, he has served internships at the U.S. Embassy in Georgia, and at the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia.
Mr. Sultanishvili holds a master’s degree in European Union-Russia Studies from the University of Tartu and is currently doing his second MA in Diplomacy and International Politics at Tbilisi State University. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Tbilisi State University. Furthermore, he mastered his quantitative and qualitative research skills at Truman State University, and at the University of Glasgow during student exchanges.
Mr. Sultanishvili is fluent in Georgian, English and Russian, and competent in Turkish and Estonian too.