Recently listed by the United Nations as the top 100 most influential people of African decent, the media mogul shows no sign of slowing down. In a recent feature, Leading US publication, Huffington Post has lauded the beautiful British/Ghanaian media entrepreneur and the Forbes Africa Correspondent in their inspirational women series for her recent accomplishments.
Hyde who most recently launched her second TV show “Against The Odds with Peace Hyde” which celebrates the works of prominent women who are making an impact in Africa was praised by Huffington Post for her persistent efforts encouraging her “Faithbuilder” family to follow their dreams and achieve their fullest potential.
She also shares on her journey from the UK classroom where she practiced as a Chemistry, Biology and Physics teacher for several years to transition to making a mark in the African media space and how overcoming a tragic accident inspired her to make a greater impact in the lives of others through her education non-profit, Aim Higher Africa.
According to Huffington Post, “Hyde proves that you cannot judge a book by its cover and this book is definitely worth a read”.
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Source: Brenda Omawumi