Enet is a PhD student in the College of Education and Human Development in the Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development department.
She is in the Comparative and International Development Education Department Track. Enet works with TASC as a Graduate Instructor for SASS and Academic Skills Coach. Enet is originally from Zimbabwe where she worked with academically challenged young people to receive an education that leads them to a life with dignity and purpose. She moved to the US to pursue graduate studies. Her research examines African rural women's social construction of knowledge and its impact on entrepreneurship training.
As a first-generation and international student, Enet is passionate about mentoring female students from developing and emerging economies and women working in the non-profit sector seeking to advance underserved women.