Born in Naples, Sulaj completed her Master’s Degree in Architecture at the University of Naples Federico II in 2001 and became a Registered Architect.
After completing a Post-Master course in urban recovery, in 2004 Sulaj joined Sirena Città Storica, a company whose main aim was to promote, draft and support urban regeneration programs, studies and research aimed at improving towns’ historic centres, including Naples’ historic centre.
In this company, Sulaj was the Head of Sirena Project Database and data computerization. She worked in both Technical and Study and Research Departments, and contributed to studies and research, to publications, and to the organisation of exhibitions and international conferences.
In recent years, Sulaj contributed to the publication of the book “The Sustainable Urban Regeneration of Building Heritage in the Campania Region”.
In 2019 Sulaj came to Australia with her two sons and her husband who had been offered the position of Manager at the National Space Test Facility, Mt Stromlo Observatory. She immediately fell in love with Canberra that she loves to explore with her e-bike.
In order to acquire further relevant professional skills Sulaj is currently attending the Canberra Institute of Technology where she has already completed Building Information Modelling and the Australian Building Code and Standards courses. This will enable her to be better attuned to local conditions and more effectively connect with other professionals.
The planned presentations (21 October 2021) may need to be rescheduled should Covid-19 restrictions apply on those dates.