I have contributed to a white paper mapping out the different ways to understand Adam and Eve alongside evolution. You can find it here. It turns out that there are a multitude of ways holding both at the same time - far larger than what is popularly conceived!
The paper mainly points out this expansive space of compatibility - but of course, we shouldn't just stop there. I also wrote a post with a much more specific interpretation of the Genesis creation story. I think of the paper and the post as two complementary approaches: if you just want to know some of the many ways that Adam and Eve can be compatible with evolution, go read the paper. But if you want to know the specific interpretation of the Genesis creation story that's most likely to be true, go read the post.