Media entrepreneur and philanthropist Peace Hyde grew up in a strict Ghanaian household in the United Kingdom where education was a priority. Her rearing led to a career teaching science in the UK. When she moved to Africa, Hyde found little rest when she witnessed children living on the streets, engaging in menial income-generating activities in order to survive. Today, she's teaching street kids turned 'youngpreneurs' how to create, sustain, and grow scalable businesses.
Peace Hyde sat down with FOX's Crystal Berger to discuss how she took disadvantaged street kids and started a movement of entrepreneurship and empowerment through her foundation Aim Higher Africa: