Ena Sroat, B.A.

Project Director

Ms. Sroat has nearly 20 years’ experience as an historian and cultural researcher in both Hawai‘i and Rome. At CSH she is project director for archaeological inventory surveys, archaeological monitoring of development sites, field archaeology, cultural and historical research, and report writing. Recently she directed archaeological work for the Honolulu Rail Transit Project (HRTP) and for the Howard Hughes Corporation’s Kaka‘ako development. Before joining CSH in 2009, she led cultural tours of O‘ahu, including designing and leading interpretive cultural and historical tours for Kamehameha Schools’ summer extension program. She also created and served as lead guide of Hina Adventures, a Hawaiian eco-tour company specializing in Hawaiian cultural beliefs and their relationship with the natural environment and worked in collaboration with Hawaiian cultural organizations and preservation groups.