1878-1942 / Journalist, public figure. Kato went to Europe to study in 1906. After graduating from Brussels University with a degree in social and political sciences, she settled in Paris, where she remained until 1915, familiarizing herself with the experience of the women's movement in Europe.
1872-1963 / Writer, public figure. She chaired the Society for Women of the Caucasus, sat on the board of the Society for the Promotion of Literacy among Georgians and was a member of the Georgian Writers' Union.
1885-1937 / Public figure. In 1904 Liza became a member of Georgia's Social Democratic Party. She worked among peasants in Guria. In 1905, she supported the Mensheviks when the rift appeared in the party.
1862-1916 / Public figure, philanthropist. After marrying businessman Davit Sarajishvili, Ekaterine gained many new friends. During the last years of Russian imperial rule and during Georgia's brief independence (1918-21), their family worked to develop the Georgian "national idea", reform the education system and popularize Georgian culture.
1882-1937 / Public figure. In 1918 she became a member of the Georgian National Council and was one of the signatories of the Georgian Declaration of Independence that year. In 1919 she was elected to the founding congress of the Georgian Democratic Republic under the list of the Social Democratic Party.