Enschedé, on 25 August 1783 in Weesp. In 1820 she was one of six leading women of Haarlem who set up a fund to help needy pregnant women receive medical help during their confinement called Caring Committee for pregnant women. The fund still exists today.
In her role as leader of John
Enschedé, she discovered new ways to publicize the company"s distinctive talents as font owners by using the Enschedé fonts in advertisements in her newspaper. lieutenant was her idea to use the expensive flop called "Parel muziek", a font developed by Joan Michael Fleischman, as a way of creating decorative edging around visiting cards, newspaper advertisements, and invitations.
One of her programmes for her local theatre group used a decorative edging that became the model for the Netherlands first banknote, which was printed by Enschedé in 1814. Enschedé remained the sole printer of Dutch banknotes up until the introduction of the euro.
She is known for setting up the management of the Enschedé firm (newspaper, publishing, and banknotes), though she was omitted from the company"s later memorial publications such as Enschedé gedenkschrift 1743–1893.
She died in Haarlem.