A Businesswoman, Not a Politician

While her opponent spent the last decade running for office, Joyce Healy-Abrams was running a small business, creating Ohio jobs, and raising her family.

A native Ohioan who worked her way through college, Joyce knows what its like for families who are working hard to pay the bills.

A businesswoman who knows what it takes to create Ohio jobs. Starting in Columbus with just one employee, Joyce and her husband expanded their records and file management business to a twenty-person company that provided services to dozens of other local businesses, large and small - creating success from the ground up.
Dedicated to Ohio education, Joyce received her Bachelor's from Capital University in Columbus and her Master's in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Joyce is also part of Ohio State University’s Women & Philanthropy and is a seasoned subscriber of OSU football – “GO BUCKS!”
Passionate about civic engagement, Joyce has served with a number of Ohio non-profit organizations committed to arts and education, men and women's health care, and children with special needs. Joyce has lent her entrepreneurial spirit and expertise to local causes, now she can put it to work to fix what’s broken in Washington, in ways the career politicians never will.
No stranger to public service, Joyce’s upbringing was rooted in serving Stark County. Her father, William J. Healy, worked for Ohioans for 25 years in the state assembly and her brother, William J. Healy, II, has served as Canton’s Mayor since 2008. Joyce lives in Canton with her husband, Jeff, and their youngest daughter, Helena.

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