Fjollë Caka is an urban planner from Prishtina, Kosovo. She obtained a B.S. in Architecture and a B.S. in Sociology at the University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, and a MPS in Sustainable Urban Planning, with a concentration in Climate Change Management and Policy, at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She has also completed a postgraduate semester in Spatial Planning at the Vienna University of Technology in Vienna, Austria. Since 2012, she has been involved in different projects related to urban planning and design, affordable housing, cultural built heritage, public spaces and places of memory, and architectural and arts events coordination. During her studies in the United States, Fjollë was the President of Sustainable Urban Planning Student Organization and was affiliated with prestigious institutions, such as the Urban Sustainability Laboratory at the Wilson Center and the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty. She was honored with the George Washington Award and the George Washington Alumni Association Prize for 2018, both awards recognizing her high academic achievements and significant contributions to student and university life. Fjollë is committed to work towards healthier and more sustainable living environments.