Peace Hyde: Forbes Africa’s newly appointed ‘Head of Digital Media’ featured on CNN African Voices

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Peace Hyde, Forbes Africa’s newly appointed Head of Digital Media and Partnerships/ Correspondent WA, is featured on CNN African voices as a leading change maker and a successful media maven.

Hyde who is also the founder of education not for profit, Aim Higher Africa, which has created over 500 grassroots businesses all over Africa, shares her inspirational story from the classroom in the United Kingdom to become one of the most celebrated and respected women in media within and outside Ghana.

In addition to hosting the hit flagship Forbes Africa TV shows, ‘My Worst Day and Against The Odds with Peace Hyde,’ which interviews some of the most powerful personalities in the continent on the Pan African business platform CNBC Africa, Hyde also makes time to consistently inspire and empower younger millennials to strive to achieve their fullest potential through mentorship programs.

Watch the CNN feature below.


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