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Joy Bio

Joy was named among the 100 Most Promising Black Women in Corporate America by Ebony magazine and recognized as one of the Outstanding Young Women In America in 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985 and 1987. She is a contributing author to Working Together: Producing Synergy by Honoring Diversity.

Joy offers clients more than 25 years of experience in general management, education, and training in both public and private sector organizations. Prior to establishing her own management consulting firm, Carver and Associates, Joy served as a consultant to Pecos River Learning Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she designed and delivered performance improvement programs for employees at all levels. As director of management development for Honeywell, Inc., she managed the formulation and implementation of company-wide training and developmental policies, and strategies that supported corporate operating priorities.

Previously Joy was director of admissions for The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where she was responsible for marketing and promoting the college on a regional level. As co-founder and principal of the Professional Skills Center in Atlanta, Joy developed and marketed seminars on quality management for executives in corporations, government agencies, and private companies. For Atlanta University, she served as associate director of the National Center for Leadership Development, administering management and evaluation training programs nationwide for special college staff.

Joy's academic credentials include a doctorate in Ministry. D. Min., an Executive M.P.A. from Rutgers University and a B.S. in speech pathology/education from New York University.