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Joy Youell is a writer and content developer with a background in educational research. Using sound pedagogical approaches and expert-backed methods, Joy has designed and delivered adult learning content, professional development, and company training materials for organizations.

Joy has done academic work that has lent her a scrutinous eye for detail. Her powerful understanding of adult cognition and human behavior theories allow her to synthesize and distill useful information.

Joy attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois for her undergraduate and Southern Baptist for Theological Seminary in Louisville Kentucky for her graduate studies.

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