Enayat is a currently a youth program manager for the Emerging Civil Society Leaders Program, a nationwide youth development and empowerment platform in Afghanistan, supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
He is the managing director for the Youth for Change and Development Organization, a youth-led institution. He has worked in different national and international organizations focusing on youth development, policy, strategy, leadership, and management.
He was member of the National Youth Policy formulation in Afghanistan and member of the youth charter for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Enayat has worked internationally for the United Nations in Sudan and nationally for UN-Habitat, UNFPA, and USAID in Afghanistan.
In 2013, Enayat was appointed as the First Cross Cultural program’s representative for Afghanistan after his professional internship program in Berlin, Germany, by the Institute of Foreign Cultures IFA, the initiative of German Foreign Office.
He participated in several international and global conferences and seminars as a speaker, panelist and participant. Enayat has received his bachelor’s degree in political sciences from Kardan University in 2014 and a master’s degree in political marketing from Rome Business School in 2017, and a certificate in global diplomacy form the University of London in 2018.
Enayat has received number of awards including the award of outstanding achievement in the field of leadership and youth empowerment by Kardan University, the Best Young Leaders award by the International Youth Relations Center, the (You are the Champion) award from the Emerging Civil Society Leaders in Afghanistan, the Kind Man award by the Social Development Organization, the Outstanding Youth Leadership award by the Global Afghans Forum, and several appreciation certificates from different institutions, including one from the Afghan Parliament for his great work and support to the youth of the country.