Eneida is a Chilean-born Latina with Puerto Rican roots who writes about people, animals, and magic. In her career, she has been a nonprofit executive and fundraising consultant based in Washington, DC—working on behalf of education-focused organizations such as Edu-Futuro, CentroNía, and the Inspired Teaching Public Charter School. She is also a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served in Bolivia, the heart of Latin America. Eneida holds dual bachelor’s degrees from Penn State and is working toward her Master’s in Creative Writing and Literature through Harvard University’s Extension School. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in literary outlets such as The Acentos Review, Stoneboat Literary Journal, As/Us Journal, and From Everywhere a Little: A Migration Anthology from 100 Thousand Poets for Change. Her short story "Duende" was selected as the first place winning entry for the 2018 Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal's Short Fiction Contest. She is thrilled to be the Associate Fiction Editor for Oyster River Pages' Emerging Voices, an initiative which seeks to uplift underrepresented voices in literary fiction. Eneida alternates her place of residence between Singapore and the United States.