Board of Directors

Joyce Mayne, MSG, LCSW

Director

Joyce Mayne is a Los Angeles native and graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Gerontology. After receiving her Master’s in Gerontology, she worked in the area of events and fundraising for USC while she started her family. After some time, she returned to get her Master’s in Social Work and later became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker focusing on the elderly and end-of-life causes. 

Currently, Joyce has her own telehealth therapy practice while also working as a hospice social worker. Joyce is a volunteer at EOLCCA (where she answers the phones weekly), a Compassionate Companion at Verdugo Hills Hospital (sitting with those alone and ill in the hospital), and recently was the President of the La Canada Flintridge Education Foundation (LCFEF) where she raises funds for the local public schools. Joyce has also served and is serving on the Executive Boards of the PTAs in the La Canada public schools K-12th grades. Currently, Joyce is a Trustee of LCFEF where the focus is increasing the investment of the school’s educational endowment. 

When not working and volunteering, Joyce loves to read and exercise. She also focuses on spending as much time with her two teenage boys, spouse, Chris and rescue dog, Luna. They enjoy traveling, trying new restaurants and whenever possible, experiencing live music. 

Joyce is honored to be a part of this Board and looks forward to continuing to raise awareness and educate Californians on their end-of-life options. BACK

End of life choices California


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