meet joyce keller


Joyce earned a bachelor’s degree in education and worked in Manhattan as an elementary school teacher for three years. Joyce went on to receive a degree in interior design from Parson’s School of Design. As an active member of the Associates of Interior Design’s Philadelphia Chapter she has worked on several projects in Pennsylvania and New York.

Joyce has a passion for volunteering and giving back to her community. Through her community service she has worked with people with both common and different opinions and backgrounds. She understands that through dialogue and civil discourse differences can be used to achieve positive outcomes while also incorporating the individual strengths of community members.

As co-president of the Wissahickon Middle School’s Home & School Association for the past two years, Joyce has successfully supported students in the district by coordinating and implementing fundraising events and by acting as the liaison between home and school. She also works closely with the Daughters of The American Revolution and the Colonial Dames Society of Philadelphia. Currently, she is on the Stenton House Committee Board in historic Philadelphia and is a judge and mentor for the 2019 National History Day competition held in Philadelphia.

Joyce and her husband, Michael Intravaia, have lived in Blue Bell for 11 years. Their son, Cyrus, is a student at the Wissahickon Middle School.