Joyce Doria has a passion for animals and a penchant for breaking barriers.
After becoming the first female senior partner at Booz Allen Hamilton, she also founded and ran the company’s Organization/Change Management Department for 28 years. At Booz Allen, she rose steadily through the ranks, becoming a Senior Vice President, an elected member of the Board of Directors, and the Chairperson for the Worldwide Audit Committee of the Board.
Over the course of her career, Joyce has consulted for the Departments of Energy, Transportation, Treasury, Defense, State, and Interior, as well as the American Red Cross, the American Medical Association, and the Brookings Institute.
Since retirement, she has joined the National Parks Conservation Association Board.
Today, as a Vice Chair of IFAW’s Board of Directors, Joyce draws on her years of experience and leads the organization in developing new approaches to rescue animals and their habitats.
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The problems we face are urgent, complicated, and resistant to change. Real solutions demand creativity, hard work and involvement from people like you.