A native of Decatur, GA, Joy was raised with a high value of volunteering and commitment to education from her educator parents. As engaged volunteers in the community, Joy's parents instilled the importance of community building which she has continued as a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., where she coordinates community events and serves on several committees.
Joy is a graduate of Florida A & M University with a BS in Graphic Design and she received her MBA from University of Phoenix. Most of her professional career has been spent marketing for fortune 500 companies. The blending of her creative education and her corporate experience allows Joy to establish synergy by connecting the common dots.
Joy is also the founder of Circle of Joy (COJ) Giving Circle. As a group, members of the Circle pool their time, talent and treasure to strategically invest in improving the quality of life for the youth of the Atlanta Metro Area.
In service, Joy also is a core movement partner on the Black Girls and Women consortium a movement granted 90 million to impact the legacy on Black girls and women in the south and a recent recipient on a Gates Foundation Grant to provide an equity centered tool for giving circles
Giving Circles at our Black Alumni Associations and Groups
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 (12:00 pm ET - 1:00 pm ET)
Joy has been a long time member and supporter of the Community Investment Network (CIN), which is a national network of giving circles.
During this webinar, Joy will give an overview of: