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Joyce Duncan

Schuhmann Social Service Center

About Joyce

I’m a firm believer in uniform dressing, and my professional day-to-day consists of black trousers and a multitude of white silk blouses. On the weekends or days off, I find myself leaning towards easy dresses that allow my body to breathe. I’ve found lately that I’ve focused more on purchasing higher-quality pieces that function well and in several situations- I love the versatility that can come with a piece that can pair well with a tailored skirt or comfortable jeans, or transition from my busy office to weekend brunch. I’ve found that a well-organized and clean closet is key to getting ready each day, no matter the situation.
— Joyce Duncan

A farming native from Flint Hill, Kentucky, Joyce has called Louisville home since 2006. Finishing her undergrad in Marketing at Western Kentucky University has led her in the field of everything home since 2004.  Her career started at Mouser Custom Cabinetry in Elizabethtown, where she led dealer training for their affiliated cabinet designers and assisted in marketing campaigns for the locally-owned but nationally-renowned company.  She transitioned from home decor to home ownership soon thereafter and has worked in the real estate field for over a decade, joining Semonin Realtors full-time in 2010.  Since then she has consistently been ranked as one of the top in customer satisfaction, as well as achieved the level of Multi-Million Dollar Producer.  Joyce is an active member of the Younger Woman’s Club of Louisville, and has served on the YWC Board since 2011.  She’s also proud to be a Patron’s Circle Member at the Speed Museum, where she is also a member of Speed Contemporary.

When she's not swooning over Louisville’s art scene or providing outstanding service to her clients, you can find her sipping caffeine at Please and Thank You, eating something tasty at Rye on Market, or relaxing at home with her boyfriend, Bryan, in Saint Matthews.

 

Designated Charity

Joyce's charity of choice is Schuhmann Social Service Center at St. Martin of Tours. The center opened in 1982 to aide homeless persons and others in need in the inner city, Phoenix Hill, and Smoketown neighborhoods with clothing, emergency food, and social service referrals.