Joy Warren Singleton received her degree from Berkeley, where she was on the Dean’s list and was a California Alumni Scholar Athlete, among other honors. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2001. Joy spent many years working as an advocate for foster children, both in the California Legislature and in Washington, D.C. Joy was invited by First Lady Hilary Clinton to become a White House intern after she and Mrs. Clinton appeared on a panel together. She has received many honors for her advocacy, including recognition from the L.A. Department of Children & Family Services and the California Legislature. In 2009, Joy started working with clients who lost their homes to fires. Joy brings the compassion she has for children and the underdog to her work with clients who have been injured.
Joy is a member of the Board of Directors of Healthy Day Partners and previously served on the Board of the North American Council of Adoptable Children and the California Youth Connection.