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Peace Hyde

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Peace Hyde is the head of digital media and partnership as well as the West African correspondent at Forbes Africa. In her current role, she is responsible for working across the company’s digital platform on revenue and audience growth initiatives as well as the editorial lead for the West African region. Prior to Joining Forbes Africa, she was an education senior management executive where she raised over £1 million through her creation of innovative projects in the United Kingdom where Hyde also taught as a science teacher for 7 years. Hyde is also the founder of leading education non-profit Aim Higher Africa, which has a focus on empowering unemployed youths in Africa to transform their passion into a business. The organization has invested in over 600 start-ups resulting in 3000 jobs across Ghana and Nigeria. Hyde was named to the United Nations Most Influential People of African Decent list for 2017.

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