Kaltrina Thaçi is a conservation architect with a diverse experience in various projects of conservation, restoration, adaptive reuse, management and interpretation of cultural heritage sites. She has been working at the organization Cultural Heritage without Borders Kosovo since January 2012 as a Program Manager. Kaltrina graduated at the University of Prishtina, Faculty of Architecture and then completed the postgraduate studies in 2011 at Kingston University London and was awarded MSc with merit in Historic Building Conservation. Prior to working at CHwB Kosovo, Kaltrina was a freelance architect and worked at the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning. During 2018 and 2019 she was engaged as an external architect for the Ministry of Culture. She is a Doctor of Architecture candidate at the Technical University of Vienna, as well as Kosovo Country Coordinator for Interpret Europe. Kaltrina is also the coordinator for ICOMOS group of members from Kosovo.