Konstantine Ioseliani is a lecturer, researcher, and academic staff member at the School of Social Sciences at the University of Georgia. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree at the University of Georgia, focusing on the concept of Resilience. His doctoral thesis, titled "Resilience Phenomenon: Conceptual Significance and Practical Policy on State Social Resilience in the Context of the Russian-Ukrainian War", explores the complexities and implications of resilience within the realm of international conflict. Through his research, he aims to develop practical approaches and policies to enhance state social resilience. Konstantine holds a Master's Degree in International and European Security from the prestigious Geneva Center for Security Policy/Université de Genève. Prior to that, he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration from the Georgian Technical University and a Master's degree in the same field from the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. Additionally, he has expanded his knowledge and expertise through participation in the Senior Course N111 at the NATO Defense College in Rome and qualification courses at the US Joint Force Command in Washington DC, the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, and the Estonian School of Diplomacy. Before embarking on his academic career, Konstantine Ioseliani served in various capacities at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. He held the position of Senior Counselor at the NATO Division of the Security Policy and Euro-Atlantic Integration Department. He also served as the Head of the Central and Western Europe Division within the European Affairs Department. Konstantine represented Georgia as a senior political counselor in Stockholm and later as the Chargé d'Affaires, representing Georgia to Finland.