Joyce has been licensed in real estate nationally and internationally for 36 years. A multi-million dollar producer, she has been involved in major projects including building an international tennis club and estate community with the world-famous Marbella Club.
Joyce was hired as a Special Projects Consultant and Directress of Tennis for the Colgate-Palmolive Company, the then-owner of Mission Hills Golf Club in Palm Springs. This complex was also a major condominium project, in which Joyce was in charge of sales.
Returning to the Monterey Peninsula upon completion of the Palm Springs project, Joyce entered commercial real estate, opening the local office for Blickman-Turkus.
In 1989 Joyce was hired by Transamerica Corporation as sales manager for The Oaks condominium project, where she successfully sold 23 million dollars of real estate in 18 months. As a result of the success of The Oaks project, Joyce was hired by San Francisco Federal Savings and Loan for the first real estate auction ever held on the Monterey Peninsula. This was a ten-million dollar sale at the Markam Ranch in Corral de Tierra.
With expertise in land acquisition and development, Joyce has been involved with local developments and out-of-state projects. A native of the area, Joyce is an avid horsewoman, sailor and collector of art and antiques, sharing hobbies with her husband, Bruce Graham, and daughter, Melena, owner of Avalon Gallery.
Joyce is involved with several organizations and affiliations including, the Monterey County Association of Realtors, The Beach and Tennis Club, Pebble Beach, Tehama Golf Club, Stillwater Yacht Club, Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club, and St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco.