Yomi Adegoke is a multi-award-winning journalist and author. She writes about race, feminism, popular culture and how they intersect, as well as class and politics. She has worked at ITN, Channel 4 News and the Pool as a senior writer and freelanced for Vogue, the Guardian and the Independent amongst others. In 2018 she was listed as one of the most influential people in London by the Evening Standard. She was awarded journalist of the year by the Woman In Africa awards, named a Marie Claire Future Shaper and was awarded the Groucho Maverick.
Elizabeth Uviebinené is a multi-award-winning author, speaker and columnist at The Financial Times where her astute opinion pieces on mental health and millennial treatment in the workplace are driving conversations on workers’ rights in the UK. Her timely new book, The Reset: Ideas to Change How We Work and Live, explores our urge to work differently and in a way that suits more parts of our lives.
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