Joyce serves as the Victim Assistance Coordinator for Uganda at the Human Trafficking Institute. She previously served as the Vocational Skills Coordinator at Samaritan’s Purse International Relief, where she coordinated vocational skills training programs and case management services for survivors of human trafficking. She also provided capacity building trainings; counseling, mentorship, and coaching; built and nurtured relationships with service providers, beneficiaries, and community structures; and formalized partnerships with to develop and design frameworks and action plans for implementation of activities. Joyce has also served as case manager at Childs I Foundation, where she supported the reunification of separated children into family-based care through a case management process. In this role, she developed capacities of families and children to manage child rights violations; developed risk management plans to enable reduce potential child protection risks; acted as child protection and safeguarding focal person at the district level; and advocated for orphans and vulnerable children to access child protection services and ensure their effective referral to service providers and community support structures.
Joyce is a graduate of social work and social administration. She lives in Kampala, Uganda, with her family.