Ekaterine Maisuradze, Georgia
UBL is mentored by the president Ms. Ekaterine Maisuradze who has achieved commendable fame in Georgia and internationally as successful entrepreneur. The noblewoman from joint family, Ms. Maisuradze sets great example to the women who find it challenging to maintain family and business together.
Ms. Ekatrine is CEO at International Relations Center, an organization with flexible boundaries employing exceptionally talented women from the zone.
The president was Head at International Educational Institute. The lady has been brilliant leader in many National & International organizations in private sector, mentoring thousands of businesswomen. Ms. Maisuradze is potent contributor to many educational, tourism and women empowerment organizations.
Mako Abashidze, United Kingdom
Was born in Georgia, Tbilisi, to highly artistic parents. Her mother is piano player, father was a famous ballet dancer and later choreographer. Brought up mainly in Tbilisi but travelled worldwide since childhood.
1979-1980 moved to Stockholm with family, as her father worked in the Royal Opera House. In 1990 lived in Tokyo, again due to father’s deputation in Tokyo Ballet. Graduated from the Tbilisi State University 1991, BA in Psychology and worked in the Institute of Psychology in Georgia till 1992 as a researcher.
In 1993, Mako moved to London and has held positions with various UK companies since then, mainly dealing with the CIS market. She co-founded The British Georgian Chamber of Commerce with Lord Cromwell in 2007.
Viviane Afene Gille, France
Viviane, an expert in literature and a gifted poet, is professor at Reims University France.
The woman with passion, strongly aspires to support women, their rights and children. Ms. Viviane has participated in variety of acts favoring human welfare. She has been working closely with charity organizations like Red Cross, Court house, Robert Debre General Hospital, Organization for special kids (Deaf) and many other private organizations with the purpose of pushing human race to a beautiful world.
Viviane is quite involved in the education of children in single-parent families in Gabon and Senegal (Africa) and an activist in Femmes du CGR in Paris. The organization consists of women of the Gabonese Council for resistance against dictatorship and lack of human rights for women in developing countries.
Ms. Viviane had honor to serve the First Lady of Gabon, Edith Lucie Bongo. The experience to be with First Lady during their activities, motivated Viviane immensely to serve humanity in Gabon and around the world.The woman with spirit greatly desires to aid women growth from developing countries in every important direction.
Tea Papiashvili, France
Ms. Tea Papiashvili, Co-founder of Georgian French Friendship Club, is famed to be involved in variety of economic, historical, cultural and social activities. Her efforts has brought out spectacular change in Georgian society and its women. With her vibrant energy she makes women highly motivated to achieve their goals in Business and personal life. Tea has helped thousands of people in need by providing them with different supportive measures according to their needs.
The International festival, Sacres Da Folklore, Tea being one of the main organizer, will be held in Reims which will host 400 artists from the globe. The purpose of the festival is to collect funds to support people in need from Georgia and worldwide.
Tea is representative of Polyclinic Saint André Board at Reims, France and works closely to maintain the integrity of the structure. The lady also supports students worldwide being part of International Students Organization.
Marika Gogitidze, Georgia
Ms. Gogitidze counts more than 25 years in business sector. She started her privet business when it was hard to set up an organization by women. At present Ms. Gogitidze is a Ceo Of confectionery ,,Cherry’’, successful employer and a role model for many people. Her organization had a collaboration with LTD ,, Etalon-Geneva’’.
Marika is often involved in different charity events. That’s why she got special thanks from the government of the autonomous republic of Abkhazia.
As Marika says ‘’first of all people start with making things that are essential. Then the things that are possible. Step by step you learn to do impossible things. I deem that nothing is impossible’’
Ketevan Malania, Georgia
Ketevan Malania is a doctor by profession. At present Ketevan works at state regulation agency for medical activities, as a main specialist. UBL board member had graduated from Saint Petersburg state university in Russia. After that she always tries to gain more qualification in that field.
Ketevan Malania sets a great example for women in business. She has her own agribusiness in Georgia. The same time she owns aparthotel ,,New Gudauri’’