Enid has a master’s programme in Pedagogical Sciences for Youth at Risk at the University of Amsterdam and has a bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Guelph, in Canada. She has experience working as an instructor-therapist for individuals on the Autism Spectrum, teaching skills related to language expression, emotion regulation, and socialization. She is an advocate for children with disabilities and believes that education can be inclusive, accessible, and fun for all children.
As a child
As a kid, Enid was a free spirit and a bit of a daredevil. She spent most of her time exploring outside; climbing trees, collecting rocks, and playing sports. She would often come home covered in dirt and scratches from her adventures. She has two older siblings who she looked up to and learned from. Enid believes in the power of imagination and wants every child to experience the magic of childhood.