Giorgi Meladze serves on the Board of Public Broadcasters. He also serves on the Advisory Committee of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities implementing protocols of the framework under the Council of Europe. In addition to serving on the Advisory Committee, Mr. Meladze teaches freedom of religion and media law at Ilia State University. In 2010 he was invited to run a class on Constitutional Political Economy at Free University of Tbilisi. He started his career as student leader by joining activist group at Tbilisi State University. Seeking a lasting institutional change, Mr. Meladze and a group of friends founded the first elected student body to lead future reform initiatives. After having completed his studies with a law degree in Georgia Mr. Meladze was accepted to Columbia University Law faculty program.
Upon returning to Tbilisi, Mr. Meladze led several of the campaigns that ultimately resulted to Georgia's Rose Revolution, the bloodless revolt in 2003 that effectively removed President Eduard Shevardnadze from power. After this successful experience, he worked with civil movements engendering them in other parts of the world. He enjoys dancing and swimming.