Former NFL player turned financial planner, Delvin Joyce will share seven lessons that he learned through athletics that helped him to successfully transition into the financial services industry. Sticktoitiveness will provide insights on overcoming adversity, creating a personal brand and goal setting. In addition, Delving will provide book recommendations that you can use to further your development.
Delvin Joyce is a Financial Planner with Prosperity Wealth Group, a full service financial planning firm located in Charlotte, NC.Originally from Martinsville, Virginia, Delvin attended James Madison University, 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 while breaking several school and NCAA records. Shortly after leaving JMU, Delvin joined the New York Football Giants as an un-drafted Free Agent in 2002 and made an immediate impact as the starting punt and kick returner. He retired from the NFL in 2005 and relocated 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. 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 promoted to Associate Managing Director and then relocated to West Palm Beach to assume the role of Managing Director of the South Florida Financial Group in January 2012.In July of 2017, Delvin returned to Charlotte to found Prosperity Wealth Group to help individuals and companies achieve their financial goals with a focus on community empowerment through financial literacy. He serves on the board for Youth Development Initiatives Inc, a Charlotte based non-profit that provides support for disadvantaged youth. Delvin also currently serves as a Trustee for NAIFA and frequently advocates on behalf of the financial services industry.