President, The Adecco Group U.S. Foundation
As President of the Adecco Group U.S. Foundation, Joyce is committed to making the future work for everyone. The Foundation launched in January 2019 and focuses on up-/reskilling American workers and helping to ensure work equality for all.
In 1987, Joyce joined Adecco USA, Inc. (Adecco) as a Branch Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina. From 2004-2018, she served as the President of Adecco, leading the largest business unit of Adecco Group North America, with more than 450 branch locations, approximately 1,600 colleagues and a diverse portfolio of clients.
During her time at Adecco, Joyce has firmly established her passion for working with people, and providing new opportunities for both employees and companies. She constantly strives for growth both personally and professionally, while remaining focused on work-related programs, partnerships, and investments that create greater economic opportunity for American workers.
Joyce is a panelist and participant at the World Economic Forum in Davos and Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summits. For the 2020-2021 term, she serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Staffing Association. Additionally, Joyce is a board member of Dress for Success Worldwide, a founding member of Paradigm for Parity, a member of C200, International Women’s Forum, and Women Corporate Directors. Joyce holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and communications from Baylor University.