Joyce Jattu Taylor was born in Monrovia, Liberia. Due to civil war, Joyce was forced
to leave her homeland at a young age for a refugee camp in neighbouring Guinean
before leaving to find safety in Australia with her mother and brothers in June of 2002.
Joyce is now an Australian Citizen, a proud Queenslander, and a Broncos fan —
Go Broncos! For more than twelve years Joyce has been a Community Development Woker for MDA Ltd and has volunteered as the Liberian United Women chairperson for more than eleven years. Joyce is the mother of two sons both born in Australia of Aboriginal decent.
“My life and experiences have taught me or given me the opportunity to Love more and
be Grateful — very grateful for the little things in life like freedom and choices.”
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