Georgiy joins the Aspen Strategy Group from Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs where he served as lead Research Assistant for the Future of Diplomacy Project. Georgiy conducted in depth research on U.S. diplomacy and international affairs, producing the center’s “A U.S. Diplomatic Service for the 21st Century” Report. Georgiy also interned for the Partnership for Public Service, contributing to the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government initiative. Before that, he worked at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center, conducting research and producing events focusing on political, economic, and social changes in Eastern Europe. Georgiy received an honors degree in Social Studies and Slavic Literatures and Cultures from Harvard College in May 2022. At Harvard, Georgiy specialized in socio-political developments in Post-Soviet countries and wrote his senior thesis on Crimean Tatar civil society responses to Russia’s occupation of Crimea.