She was born and raised in Gaza Strip, Palestine. She received her Bachelor of Laws from the Al-Azhar University of Gaza. Enas worked as an associate attorney for the Justice and Law Reform Project where she represented and advocated for women prisoners. She also interned for the Palestinian Center for Human Rights and worked on abolishing and ending the death penalty in the Palestinian system. Enas moved to the United States in 2016 for her Master of Laws at the University of Pittsburgh. After graduation, Enas worked as a labor organizer for the United Steelworkers Union for three years and she worked on organizing the graduate student employees of the University of Pittsburgh. Enas is a human rights lawyer and activist and committed social justice advocate.