There is no stopping for Africa’s leading media entrepreneur Peace Hyde!
From being newly appointed the Head of Digital Media and Partnerships/ Correspondent West Africa of Forbes Africa to now gracing the cover of the September edition of Business Day’s The CEO, Hyde is a millennial mogul.
In her interview, she talks about her journey, her motivation, her education non-profit, Aim Higher Africa and the future of digital media in Africa.
On her drive to make a change, she said:
I am driven to make a change. A change in the way people perceive their abilities, a change in mindset and most importantly a change in societies expectation for young people. I want to contribute to the paradigm shift in the role the mindset plays in achieving your fullest potential.
I believe in one fundamental principle, and that is through faith and God, all things are possible. You just need to add a sprinkle of hard work and you can achieve anything you put your mind to.
It is with great pleasure that we unveil our September cover featuring the one and only Peace Hyde @peac_hy. We had the opportunity to find out more about Africa’s leading media entrepreneur. Discover all about how she stays motivated, what inspires her, her NGO @aimhigherafrica and her exciting new role at @forbesafrica as the head of Digital Media and Partnerships. . . Peace Hyde is leading woman in her own right and we are honored to have her on our September issue of the @ceomagazineafrica. You can download the September issue online. Lin in bio✨Visual illustration by @getupinc_ cc @tomiwale_ . . #peacehyde#faithbuilder #fobesafrica #forbes #ceoafrica #ceo #entrepreneur #business #millennials #panafrican
The full interview is available here.
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