Enid's research focuses on art education and creativity, leadership, data visualization, feminism, art talent development, global education, and policy issues. She critically examines theory and practice with an aim toward creating, critiquing, extending, and constructing new knowledge using a variety of inquiry methods. She is an NAEA Distinguished Fellow and was the first NAEA Research Commissioner Chair, and recently served as a Research Commissioner. She was an NAEA Women’s Caucus President, has taught or conducted workshops in over 25 countries.

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