Enas Farag is a research assistant Gardner Institute where she conducts economic, public finance, and public policy research. Enas is a current M.S. student of Economics at the University of Utah as a Fulbright scholar from Egypt.
Before moving to Salt Lake City, Utah, Enas was a Teaching Assistant of Economics at Cairo University, Egypt. She also served as an economic researcher at the Egyptian Competition Authority where she worked on several antitrust cases and market studies. In addition, she contributed to drafting a series of policy papers on assessing the Egyptian competition law and policy and how to use it to achieve other macroeconomic goals.
Enas holds a B.Sc. of Economics and Statistics from Cairo University where she graduated in the top 1%. During her junior year, she spent a semester at Bard College, NY. She was the only undergraduate student representing Cairo University at the Summer School on Behavioral and Experimental Economics at the University of Hamburg, Germany.