On this week’s episode of The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast, we welcome Michele Byrd-McPhee, founder of Ladies of Hip-Hop. Ladies of Hip-Hop is a groundbreaking nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating, empowering, and advancing women within the vibrant world of hip-hop culture. 

Michele is a dancer and choreographer, and she founded Ladies of Hip-Hop to build community and a support system for women and girls in hip-hop and offers innovative programs, workshops, performance opportunities, and community outreach initiatives. From mentoring aspiring dancers to providing platforms for established professionals, Ladies of Hip-Hop is a driving force for positive change, promoting inclusivity, representation, and empowerment within the dynamic realm of hip-hop. LOHH fosters a supportive environment where female artists can thrive, break barriers, and leave an indelible mark on the world through music, dance, and hip-hop. 

In this episode, you’ll hear: 

Michele’s inspiring life story;

How Michele got into dance in the first place and how she got involved in Hip-Hop;

The story of how Ladies of Hip-Hop started and why Michele saw the need for LOHH;

All about the incredible work that Ladies of Hip-Hop does to empower and inspire women around the world; 

And so much more.

The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, YouTube, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. Michele’s episode is #206!

For more information about Michele and Ladies of Hip-Hop, visit the LOHH website.