Elizabeth Uviebinené is an award-winning Marketing Manager and Co-Author of SLAY IN YOUR LANE.
She previously worked in The City for a global brand producing campaigns that spark conversations and stays ahead of the curve. Her mission is to bring diverse perspectives together to challenge conventions and redefine the status quo.
Elizabeth writes about work, career advice and personal development and has written for Elle Magazine, the Financial Times and Guardian Labs. She is passionate about leveraging her story to inspire the next generation of young people and speaks at a range of events, including Campaign Magazine's flagship conference: Media360, Festival of Marketing and Youth Marketing Strategy London.
Elizabeth was awarded a Marie Claire ‘Future Shaper’ in 2018, named by The Dots as a woman ‘Redefining the Creative Industry’ and won a We Are The City Rising Star for her marketing work.
She grew up in South London, and was listed on the Evening Standard's 2018 annual Progress 1000 list of London's most influential people who make a difference to London life and was awarded the Groucho Maverick for her first book, written with co-author Yomi Adegoke, ‘SLAY IN YOUR LANE: The Black Girl Bible’.