Born in 1975, Natasha Lomouri was schooled in Georgia and in the US and started her university studies at the faculty of International Law and International Relations in Tbilisi State University, but continued at the University of Bologna, Faculty of Political Science. She was awarded with a PhD in 2004 after defending her dissertation entitled Arab-Israeli Conflict: Peace Process at the end of XXCentury at the Tbilisi State University. She worked as an administrative assistant for the Council of Europe in Strasbourg in the Political Affairs directorate, for different international and national organizations – UNDP, USAID and MFA of Georgia and for the Ombudsman (Public Defender) of Georgia in Tbilisi. For a year, she held the position of the curator of international projects for the Georgian State Museum of Literature and since September 2011, she is the director of the newly opened Writers’ House. Lastly, she teaches at the Tbilisi State University at the Faculty of Humanities.