The LinkedIn Top Voices for International Women’s Day list highlights 10 thought leaders in Africa sharing insightful content and helping shape conversations around topics that impact women, professionally and personally.
This is the first ever Top Voices list for Africa highlighting leading voices in a variety of fields. According to the social media giant, all lists are editorially curated by the LinkedIn News team and feature creators writing and sharing valuable insights related to today’s important workplace, career, and industry topics.
Peace Hyde, the British/Ghanaian Media maven who in recent years has redefined the African media landscape by being a pioneer creator of Netflix’s first Africa Original Unscripted Series also doubles as the Head of Digital Media and Partnerships and West African correspondent for the prestigious Forbes Africa Magazine.
This is what LinkedIn wrote about Peace Hyde:
What she talks about: Peace Hyde does double duty at Forbes Africa as its head of digital media and partnerships and as the magazine’s West African correspondent. As an award-winning journalist and content creator based in Ghana – she recently co-created Netflix’s first African reality series – she is passionate about telling positive African stories. But she also seeks to highlight the social injustices that occur in those communities.
Hyde aims to inspire and motivate younger Africans with her content, sharing her personal journey and tips on the evolving media landscape, content creation, and entrepreneurship.