Peace Hyde is an award-winning producer multi hyphenate,
TV Host, Creator, Journalist and Activist. She is the creator and executive producer of Netflix’s first Africa reality tv series,
Young, Famous and African as well. Media and Partnership and the West African Correspondent at
Forbes Africa. the Head of Digital

Peace is the creator, producer as well as the host of two leading flagship talk shows, Forbes Africa’s My Worst Day with
Peace Hyde (3 seasons), the only show that speaks to billionaires and Forbes Woman Africa’s Against the Odds (2 seasons) on the CNBC Africa channel on DSTV. She is also the producer of the award winning Vice News documentary,
“Inside Nigerias push to end police brutality”
The documentary is a winner of the TopShorts film festival
award as well as a winner at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

She also hosted her own talk show, Friday Night Live which run for 4 seasons as well as the hit music talent competition in
Ghana, MTN Hitmaker for 3 seasons. Named by CNN as Ghana’s most successful media maven, Hyde’s work has been
featured on CNN, Black Enterprise, Huffington Post, Ebony,
Fox News, Essence and many more.

She was named to the United Nations Most Influential People
of African Decent list for 2017 and 2018 and named as one of the 100 most influential young people in Africa.

In 2018, Peace was shortlisted by President Barrack Obama
from a pool of 30,000 African leaders to be part of the 200
Inaugural Obama Foundation Africa Leaders, a recognition that
highlights her remarkable work with her education non profit,
Aim Higher Africa, which has built over 6000 businesses for
grassroots entrepreneurs in Ghana and created opportunities
for millions of unemployed youths in Africa.