Joyce Scampa is a native of the Monterey Peninsula. Raised in Pebble Beach, Joyce attended Carmel schools until she left for a ten-year endeavor selling and developing International Real Estate in Marbella, Spain and the Costa Del Sol.
Upon returning to the United States, Joyce was hired by Colgate Palmolive Company to sell their new Mission Hills Tennis Condominiums in Palm Desert, California. She was also Directress of Tennis at that facility.
When her daughter became a teenager, Joyce returned to the Monterey Peninsula and worked for herself and her family doing personal real estate transactions - both in Monterey County and in Arizona. Next, she was hired by Transamerica Corporation to sell the Oaks Condominium project, 150 units which sold in eighteen months. Later, Joyce was hired by San Francisco Federal Bank to sell remaining inventory at the Markham Ranch in Coral De Tierra.
Finishing that endeavor, Joyce worked for the Mitchell Group which subsequently was sold to Sotheby's International Real Estate.
With the experience in development in Europe, Joyce was one of the first people to buy and sell water credits in 2004 and then go through building and planning efforts with the county with several personal projects Joyce has developed both business, personal and political relationships within the county. She has consistently worked with luxury clients representing both buyers and sellers.
Joyce is an avid world traveler. Her hobbies include collecting antiques, artifacts, art, equestrian activities, yachting, tennis and saving animals.
She is a member of Pebble Beach and Tennis Club, St. Francis Yacht Club, Stillwater Yacht Club and Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club and the Peninsula Woman's Club. Joyce is married to Douglas Bruce Graham and has one daughter, Melena Scampa.