Caroline Marete is Eno’s 2021 Thomas J. O’Bryant Fellow and a PhD. Candidate at Purdue University, School of Aviation and Transportation Technology. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Science and Operations from Moi University, Kenya and a Master of Science in Aviation and Aerospace Management from Purdue University. Caroline’s doctoral research is airport sustainability, primarily assessing the impacts of sustainability planning to airport operations and to airport stakeholders. Caroline has experience working with various aviation organizations including Boeing Company and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the UN specialized agency for civil aviation. She is a Fulbright Alumna and member of several professional organizations including Women in Aviation International (WAI) and University Aviation Association (UAA).

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Op-Ed: Incorporating Sustainability in Airport Planning

August 13, 2021 - Airport operations have an impact on the environment and society, and while there are initiatives to mitigate the impacts of airports, more action is needed.

Diversity in Aviation and Aerospace Industry Receives Attention in House Hearing

July 23, 2021 - The House Aviation Subcommittee held a hearing this week to discuss issues of diversity and inclusion in the aviation and aerospace industry workforce.