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Peace Hyde grace the cover of Women Own Excellence Magazine

Peace Hyde is taking over the WORLD!

British-Ghanaian Beauty Peace Hyde is the cover of Women Own Excellence Magazine. 

Sharing the excitement on her social media, she wrote:

…My mantra is: “The things that can happen to me are things I believe can happen to me & I believe good things can happen to me!”

Thank you @WOEMAG for reminding me that just because you are awake doesn't mean you should stop dreaming!✨ Available for all God's doing!💨…

As the Creator and Executive Producer of Netflix’s first African reality television series, Young, Famous and African, Peace brings us the lifestyles of Africa’s young and wealthy. Through her outstanding journalism abilities, she brings us the knowledge of Africa’s billionaires as host of Forbes Africa’s My Worst Day with Peace Hyde as well as the triumphant stories of women of the African Diaspora with her show, Forbes Women Africa’s Against All Odds.

Peace believes that education is the cornerstone of success. In 2018, she was shortlisted by President Barack Obama to be a part of the 200 Inaugural Obama Foundation Africa Leaders for her heart work. 

Through her educational nonprofit, Aim Higher Africa, she is helping African youth achieve their dreams in education and entrepreneurship while empowering their communities.

Peace Hyde is an innovator who creates gold from everything she touches.

Speaking on her role as the Co-creator of Netflix’s exciting, first African Reality TV Series, Young, Famous and African, Peace tells Women's Own Excellence (WOE): 
 The show came about when I realized, there was not a series or story that celebrates the exploits of successful young and aspirational Africans and since I have spent almost a decade speaking to the wealth of Africa along with chart-topping and pioneering entrepreneurs, I felt it would be good to have a show that uncovers the lives and relationships of some of Africa’s elite. I was tired of the old narratives of Africa and I wanted to watch people who reflected the other side of Africa. The glitzy and sexy side of Africa where dreams do come true and people are making their mark in their respective industries.


Read the complete interview at woemagazine.com

 WOE Women Own Excellence magazine is the go-to guide designed to create a culture and lifestyle of excellence for women.




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