A dedication to

empowering the future

Despite the efforts made by educational institutions and employers, many young professionals are struggling to keep pace with the rapidly changing demands of the job market. Belong Here is the global career community you need to succeed in the new world of work. This platform will be your trusted advisor, your supportive network, and your career resource in building a career that works for you.
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Our Founders

A Dedication To Building Belonging At Work

Michelle P King
Michelle P King
Selina Suresh
Selina Suresh

Dr Michelle Penelope King is a globally recognized expert on inequality and organizational culture. She has worked for some of the world’s leading organizations like Netflix and the United Nations.

Based on over a decade’s worth of research, Dr. King believes that the key to advancing your career and finding meaning at work starts with knowing how to make your workplace work for everyone (including you!).

Dr. King is the host of a popular podcast called The Fix and she is the author of the bestselling, award-winning book: The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers that are Holding Women Back at Work. Dr. Kings next book How Work Works: How To Advance Without Losing Yourself, will be released on the 19th of September 2023 and it details the four ways we can advance at work and build a meaningful career.

Dr. King has been featured in The Economist, Harvard Business Review, CNBC, CNN Business, Fortune, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Time, Business Insider, The Times, Daily Mail and LinkedIn Editors.

In 2021, Dr. King launched Belong Here to share her research and insights with the next generation of leaders and offer a platform where they could connect, develop, and discover how to advance while paying it forward – and debunk the myth that success is a solo sport!

Selina Suresh

Selina Suresh is co-CEO of The Culture Practice, a top DEI consulting firm that partners with leaders in the corporate world and society to create a culture that values difference. 

Selina has over seven years of international experience implementing social mobility and diversity initiatives across the UK government and globally for UN Women.

Her career path to date has been driven by her commitment to advance gender, diversity, and inclusion practices in and beyond the workplace. From delivering multi award-winning strategies to advance talent from ethnic minorities and disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds to mobilising women’s economic empowerment in rural Nepal, her work seeks to promote fairness and aspiration for all.

Selina has been privileged to live in many countries, both developed and emerging, and to be exposed to a diversity of beliefs and values, global challenges, and social justice issues. She currently lives in Beirut, Lebanon.

Her motivation to build a global career community was ignited by our universal desire to be heard, valued, and supported at work as we are, so we can all grow and advance. Belong Here connects and includes us in an exchange of new perspectives and skills to help us grow both professionally and personally. It is the trusted advisor you need to navigate the ever-changing job market with confidence.

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The Belong Here Community is a global network of people dedicated to building workplaces that work for everyone!

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