Seton Welcomes Coordinator and Instructor to Young Women Entrepreneurship Program

Elizabeth Seton High School is pleased to announce that Joy Lawson (Copeland) ‘11 has joined the Admissions team as the new Admissions and Recruitment Specialist. She will also be the Coordinator and Instructor for our new Young Women Entrepreneurship Program.
In her previous role at an education technology firm, Joy built and managed relationships with university stakeholders in securing student documentation as a senior operations coordinator. She developed and managed objectives to enhance the student application process and spearheaded new implementation processes for international contractors.
Joy received her Bachelor's degree from St. John's University with a major in History and minored in African Studies. After graduating, she started her entrepreneurial journey with her first business, The Joy of Styling, LLC, a fashion image consulting company centered around bringing fashion to the community. Strengthening her skills, Joy completed her Masters in Management: Non-Profit & Association from the University of Maryland University College. Over the last seven years, Joy has expanded her brand as a podcast host, event planner, program manager, and production consultant.
“This is such a full circle moment, and I’m really taking it all in. Being able to share personal stories of my experiences at Seton with prospective students and families means so much. On top of that, I get to be a part of a groundbreaking program. Entrepreneurship is special to my heart. I know this will take Seton to another level and, most importantly, impact the girls for the rest of their lives. I’m blessed to be a part of their journey and leave my mark. It feels good to be back!"