Enimini Ekong currently serves as the acting superintendent of Nicodemus National Historic Site and chief of education and interpretation at Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site. Prior to transferring to Brown v. Board, Ekong served as chief of interpretation at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site in Arkansas. He has worked for the National Park Service (NPS) at Mary McLeod Bethune and Frederick Douglass National Historic Sites; at the headquarters office for the NPS National Capital Regional Office and at the NPS National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington, D.C. Ekong is a member of two NPS national level groups: the Youth Leadership Team and Allies for Inclusion, which facilitates dialogue to enhance respect and support inclusion for the full diversity of NPS employees and visitors. A native of Dallas, Texas, Ekong earned his MA in African American studies from Morgan State University. In 2018, he served as a Center panelist in Exhibition & Public Interpretation.