Joyce Johnson is an Author, Speaker, Sales Champion, and Business Coach, who has worked as a sales leader, business consultant and mentor for over 20 years. Joyce recently released her seventh book and first memoir, “No Back Doors for Me.” By relaying her story, Johnson wants to free African American women from feeling the sense of failure or pain that evolves from the constant impact of -ism’s throughout their careers.
Joyce began her career in professional sports and later entered the telecommunications industry leading to a role as Sales Director in Global markets. Joyce finished at the Top (#1) for two consecutive years 2017 and 2018. She is the black female founder behind Why Sales Network, which provides education and training tools for the success of college students, recent grads, sales professionals and their supporting leadership teams.
Passionate about mentorship and development of college students, she has published three books “Why Sales for College Students”, “Top 10 Sales Tips for College Grads” and “Get A Job Today- Five Things You Need to Know” in a series of guides to coach students on personal growth and development of their career path. Joyce is a graduate of the historical Prairie View A&M University where she received a BA in Communications. Joyce completed her graduate studies obtaining an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix.