Joyce Sutton Cameron

  • President, Starr Workforce Development, Inc.
  • Mayor, City of Trotwood, March 2010 to December 2015
  • President and CEO, Green Star Trucking, Inc 1982 – Present
  • Co-Founder, HighRise Services After-School Tutoring Program (15 years)
  • Model Cities Social Services
  • WPAFB

Education

  • Attended Sinclair Community College, NCR School of Business
  • 2015 graduate – Wilberforce University (OH)

Besides being President and CEO of a successful trucking business, Green Star Trucking, Joyce has over 30 years of business experience. She was employed at NCR Corporation for 20 years as an International Systems Software consultant and traveled extensively throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North, and South America while conducting training seminars.

Joyce’s lifelong dedication to youth education meant that she was co-founder, in 2000, of HighRise Services, an after-school tutoring and cultural program for disadvantaged children.

Political Experience

In 1996 Mayor Cameron was honored to serve as co-chair of the Trotwood Community Parade and as a committee member of the Multi-Cultural Festival Committee. These two experiences helped her realize the joy of serving her community and led to several other service projects starting in 1997.

By 1999, she was encouraged to seek to fill the unexpired term of Trotwood’s 1st Ward city councilman. She was selected from 11 candidates to fill the city council representative spot.

Subsequently, she served two four-year consecutive terms until elected Vice-Mayor in 2006 and Mayor in 2010.

Community Leadership

  • Youth Advisor—Trotwood-Madison Historical Society
  • Founder—Mayor Golf Camp for Youth
  • Host—Business to Business Network of the Common Ground Network
  • Mentor—Montgomery County Juvenile Program Reclaiming Futures
  • Member—Montgomery County and Ohio Democratic Parties
  • Life Member—NAACP
  • Host – Combating Hunger Program for Trotwood
  • Past President/Active Member—Trotwood Rotary International
  • Member—Dayton Chamber of Commerce
    1st Vice President of Dayton and Montgomery County Black Elected Officials
  • Member—Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church