Peace Hyde is one of Africa’s most celebrated TV Personalities and Media Entrepreneur’s. Hyde is originally from the UK where she practiced as an Education Specialist with 7 years experience within the formal education sector in the UK during which period she rose to the level of senior management.
She holds a 1st class degree in Psychology, a Masters in Communication and Digital Media and a second Masters in Journalism. Peace Hyde is the CEO of Aim Higher Consulting an organization responsible for developing policies and systems for some of the top international schools in Africa to help them improve learning and teaching whiles incorporating innovative solutions to promote effective engagement in the classroom.
Hyde is also the founder of the multiple award winning Not For Profit organization Aim Higher Africa. The organization is dedicated to enriching the standard of education by incorporating the use of ICT in the learning environment to build the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Peace Hyde holds the post of West Africa Correspondent for Forbes Africa and Forbes Woman Africa, where she profiles the entrepreneurial success stories from the continent. She is the current host of Forbes Africa’s flagship show “My Worst Day with Peace Hyde” where she interviews the captains of industry in Africa. Some of the Guests on the show so far include Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, 2nd richest woman in Africa Folorunsho Alakija, billionaires Femi Otedola and Jim Ovia and many more. She is passionate about using education as a tool to empower the youth to achieve their fullest potential.
Peace was recently awarded the African Broadcaster of The Year Award 2016 in the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards as well as the Young CEO Global leader award in 2015. In the recent Woman4Africa awards which were held in London, she was given the judges special recognition award for her work with her not-for-profit, Aim Higher Africa. Peace is also the winner of the Africa Boku Talent Excellence in Journalism award held in Los Angeles. In 2015, she was voted one of the 50 most influential Ghanaians, as well as Top 100 Most Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs in Ghana. As a multiple award winning event host and TV presenter Hyde is also frequently recognized and nominated on the Best TV Presenter categories in prestigious award ceremonies globally.