The Fix is a podcast that shares stories of women and men who are taking action and innovating to advance equality in the workplace and beyond. The show is narrated by Michelle King, a global gender equality expert, who weaves in actionable insights and tips that everyone can apply in their workplace. Each week on the show Michelle interviews entrepreneurs, innovators, thought leaders, academics and celebrities. On each episode, listeners can discover how to create workplaces that work for all women and take steps to build a gender equal world.




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Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené: Slay in Your Lane

Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are the co-authors of the book Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible. Elizabeth was a new a graduate when she started reading business books aimed at getting ahead. She read books like 'Lean In' by Sheryl Sandberg and ultimately discovered that there was a gap in the market. She thought that the available books weren’t written for young black women who are navigating their careers. On this episode, the best friend duo will talk about the career challenges they faced as young black women and how each of us can take steps to empower and support women of color in our own work environments.



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"Through honest, thought-provoking conversations, the podcast sparks powerful dialogue around girl’s and women’s empowerment. Michelle King convenes diverse thought leaders from fields including technology, media and politics, all of whom share personal and actionable insights on advancing gender equality. I was honored to be a guest on the podcast, and continue to talk about how we at HP are working to help bridge the gender digital divide; how good innovation stems from true inclusion; and how, as a leader, I work every day to recognize and eliminate unconscious bias within myself and in others so that we can all become better advocates for gender equality worldwide. Being a part of this community has helped raise visibility for our work with an engaged audience, and continues to provide new insights to inform and support our strategy going forward. This is a must-listen for anyone engaged in the fight for greater gender equality."

– Nathan Hurst
HP’s Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer