Enikoe is an interdisciplinary scientist with a background in forestry, geospatial analysis, ecology, and environmental engineering. She received her masters degrees in Forestry and Environmental Management from Duke University (with a certificate in GIS); she received her bachelors degree in Environmental Science from UCLA (with a minor in Environmental Engineering).
After undergrad, she worked at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on the treatment of contaminated groundwater and soil. Throughout grad school, she researched the patterns of lead contamination in the soils of urban parks and forests in Durham, NC. She also worked on a long-term ecological study in Gabon looking at how the decline of mammal populations affects forest structure. She is particularly excited about how remote sensing technologies can be refined to be more useful in tropical regions.
She loves anything that involves remote sensing, tropical ecology, agroforestry, urban forestry, and mycology. In her free time, she likes to run, draw, cook, bake, forage, play tennis, go to Hungarian folk dancing practice, and be outside as much as possible.