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Joyce's Biography

Joyce M. Roché

Ms. Roché has received widespread acclaim for her achievements in the business world: In 2015 she was featured in Business Week’s “How Did I Get Here” and in 1998, Business Week selected her as one of the
“Top Managers to Watch,” and in 1997 she was featured on the cover of Fortune. In 1991 and 1994 respectively, Black Enterprise named Roché one of the “21 Women of Power and Influence in Corporate America” and one of the “40 Most Powerful Black Executives.”  
 
In 2014 The Financial Times selected her as an Outstanding Corporate Director and in 2015 she received the Presidential Medal of Honor from her alma mater, Dillard University. In 2006, Ms. Roché received the Legacy Award during Black Enterprise magazine’s “Women of Power Summit,” and in 2007, she received the Distinguished Alumna Award from Columbia University Women in Business.
 
She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Macy’s Inc., and Tupperware Brands Corporation. Ms. Roché also serves on the board of the Chatham County Hospital Authority, The Savannah Economic Development Authority and The Savannah Trade Center. Ms. Roche’ previously served on the boards of AT&T Inc., Anheuser-Busch Companies, May Department Stores, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc., Girls Inc., and The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. She is the former Vice Chair of the board of the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges and served as Chair of the Board of Trustees for Dillard University, where she is now Trustee Emerita.