Enjoli Hall, Master of Urban Planning Student


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Enjoli Hall is a second-year Master of Urban Planning student at the University at Buffalo. She is an Arthur A. Schomburg Fellow and Western New York Prosperity Fellow.  She is also President of the Graduate Planning Student Association. Enjoli is interested in shaping policy, practice, and research in housing, community, and economic development to expand opportunity and improve quality of life for historically disadvantaged groups. At the Food Lab, she provides research support to the Growing Food Connections project focused on understanding barriers and opportunities to community food systems planning.

Enjoli earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology with concentrations in African American studies and urban studies from Princeton University. She has over five years of experience as a tutor and mentor in youth development programs and adult literacy programs. She can be reached at enjoliha@buffalo.edu.