Mariam Sulaberidze – CEO of N(N)LE OPEN NET with 15 years of experience in telecommunications. In 2020, Mariam joined N(N)LE OPE NET – the company implementing the “Log in Georgia” project. The project ensures and facilitates digital transformation by building and operating FO infrastructure and taking steps to reduce digital inequality.
Before becoming OPEN NET’s CEO, Mariam worked in the ComCom (Regulatory Authority of broadcasting and electronic communications fields) as well as in private telecom operators. As head of the International Relations and Project Management Unit of ComCom, Mariam managed and successfully implemented several donor-funded projects (including the Log-In Georgia project framework preparation stage and negotiations with project stakeholders). Additionally, her primary duties were implementing international agreements and treaties and coordinating and cooperating with international partners. The primary motivation to move from ComCom to CEO of OPEN NET was a professional attitude toward the project and a personal belief that the successful execution of this “project of the future” would stimulate and facilitate country development.
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