LinkedIn Top Voices: May we continue to Break the Bias today and always – Peace Hyde

British Ghanaian content creator, award winning journalist and Head of Digital Media and Partnerships at Forbes Africa has described her nomination as one of the first ever LinkedIn Top Voices for Africa International Women’s Day as a great way to celebrate International Women’s Day. 

In a LinkedIn post announcing her nomination, Peace Hyde wrote:

“Thank you LinkedIn and LinkedIn News Africa  for selecting me as one of ten African women and one of the #LinkedinTopVoices of the largest professional network in the world. I’ve always been intentional about sharing my journey with you all as I continue to intentionally pursue my best self each day! What a way to celebrate #IWD 2022 right? May we continue to #BreakTheBias today and always!” 

According to Peace Hyde, it’s an honour to be nominated alongside other illustrious women from Africa. She added:

“To be featured on a list with these amazing women is mind-blowing and I am deeply honoured to be named by LinkedIn amongst this group of illustrious women change makers in their first ever Linkedin Top Voices list in Africa.”

LinkedIn Top Voices highlights leading voices in a variety of fields. All lists are editorially curated by the LinkedIn News Team highlighting creators who are creating writing and sharing content across key industry topics. LinkedIn named 10 thought leaders from Africa as part of celebrations for International Women’s Day 2022.

Announcing the LinkedIn Top Voices for International Women’s Day 2022, LinkedIn published this about Peace Hyde :

“Peace 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”.

Kenyan-based Anna Ngwiri, Lagos based Toyin F. Sanni, Chizulu Uwolloh, and Sisterly Founder Titilope Adedokun were among the LinkedIn Top Voices for International Women’s Day 2022.

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