Ufuoma Ovienmhada

Space Enabled
  • Research Assistant

Ufuoma Ovienmhada is a first year graduate student conducting research with the Space Enabled research group. She graduated from Stanford University in 2018 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Ufuoma has worked in the IRIS lab for sustainable design and at Public Lab, an organization that develops community science tools and practices for environmental exploration. She has also worked at an Ivorian company called Somated, as part of the Stanford Seed program to support entrepreneurship in emerging economies. 

Also interested in education, Ufuoma has worked with several STEM initiatives for underrepresented groups—most notably StreetCode Academy of Palo Alto as a Lead Curriculum Facilitator. 

With Space Enabled, Ufuoma hopes to research  opportunities for space technology to support healthy and equitable socio-economic and environmental ecosystems in West Africa.

Ufuoma Ovienmhada is a first year graduate student conducting research with the Space Enabled research group. She graduated from Stanford University in 2018 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Ufuoma has worked in the IRIS lab for sustainable design and at Public Lab, an organization that develops community science tools and practices for environmental exploration. She has also worked at an Ivorian company called Somated, as part of the Stanford Seed program to support entrepreneurship in emerging economies. 

Also interested in education, Ufuoma has worked with several STEM initiatives for underrepresented groups—most notably StreetCode Academy of Palo Alto as a Lead Curriculum Facilitator. 

With Space Enabled, Ufuoma hopes to research  opportunities for space technology to support healthy and equitable socio-economic and environmental ecosystems in West Africa.