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Joi is a vibrant new talent looking to get her start in broadcast television. She is an Atlanta native and a recent graduate of Florida State University. Joi earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication/Media Studies as well as a minor in Journalism from Florida A&M University. Her hobbies include singing, playing her violin, writing, watching movies and listening to music. Her favorite color is hunter green. One interesting fact about Joi is that in 2014, she was featured in Bill Duke's Dark Girls, an inspiring and breathtaking photo book that celebrates dark-skinned women, based on the NAACP Award–nominated documentary Dark Girls. Joi's background in broadcast goes far beyond her experience in the field. Being the daughter of former NFL Network Sports Analyst Jamie Dukes, broadcasting is in her DNA.

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