Delvin Joyce

Delvin Joyce

Delvin Joyce

Managing Director, Pru Advisors

Delvin Joyce is the Managing Director of the South Florida Financial Group of Prudential, a full service financial services firm with offices throughout Southeast Florida.

Originally from Martinsville, Virginia, Delvin attended James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, earning a B.A. in Business Marketing. While at JMU he was a member of the football team and received multiple All-Conference and All-America honors. He also broke several school records and two NCAA records for Career Punt Return Yards and Career Combined Kick Return Yards. In 2000, he became the 1st player in NCAA Division 1-AA history and only the 2nd player at any level, to amass 1000 career yards in 4 statistical categories (rushing, receiving, punt return and kick return). In 2014 he was inducted into the JMU Sports Hall of Fame.

Shortly after leaving JMU, Delvin joined the New York Football Giants as an un-drafted Free Agent and made an immediate impact as the starting punt and kick returner in 2002 when he had the highest single season kickoff return average for a Giants player since 1975. During the 2003 season, he won the role of back-up running back to Tiki Barber, beating out Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne and former All-Pro running back Dorsey Levens. A hip injury in 2004 landed him on the injured list for the season and he attempted a brief comeback with the New York Jets in 2005 before retiring and relocating to Charlotte, NC.

Delvin joined Prudential’s North Carolina Financial Group as a Financial Services Associate in October 2006. He was quickly promoted to Manager, Financial Services in December 2007 where he recruited, trained and developed a team of Financial Services Associates. While in the Charlotte community, Delvin was very involved with several organizations including the 100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte and the Retired NFL Players Association of Charlotte. In 2009 he qualified for Prudential’s President’s Club Conference as one of the top 30 Managers of Financial Services in the country. In 2010 he was again promoted to the role of Associate Managing Director until he was relocated to South Florida for his most recent promotion and current role in January of 2012.

As a Managing Director, Delvin was recognized for his performance and received an invitation to Prudential’s President’s Club Conference in 2013. He was named by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors as one of Florida’s 40 most influential people under the age of 40 in 2014 and 2015. He also received the International Management Gold Award in 2012 and the International Management Platinum Award in 2013 and 2014 from the General Agents and Managers Association. He has served as a financial expert for various media publications including the Washington Post, USA Today, Money Magazine, Nerd Wallet and The Root Live’s finance related TV show “Bring it to the table”. Additionally, he has been a featured speaker and panelist for multiple industry conferences and events.

Delvin and his wife Ebony have 3 children and reside in the Wellington Community in South Florida. During his spare time he enjoys playing golf and acoustic guitar.