Joy Baughman

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Phone: (615) 995-9465

Serving the area of Nashville, TN

In Joy Baughman’s wide-ranging career path, there’s been one notable common denominator. “Though I’ve had many jobs in my life -- teacher, executive assistant, office manager, therapist, special events coordinator, actress, and singer -- I have always made a career out of taking care of people and trying to make their lives better in some way.” In her new position with AHS, Joy will be taking care of real estate agents and their clients in Middle Tennessee.

Joy’s previous real estate experience includes serving as the marketing director and public relations coordinator for a Nashville home inspection company, as well as an executive assistant role for upper management at the Tennessee Housing Development Agency. She is also a member of the Clarksville Association of REALTORS®, the Southern Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS, and is affiliated with the MidTN Women’s Council of REALTORS, the Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS, the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS, the Nashville Association of Sales Professionals, and the Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce.

Joy has lived in the Nashville area since 2010. “There’s just something about Joy is married to Rob Baughman and together they have six children and four dogs. “We call ourselves the ‘Baughman Bunch’ and we definitely need an Alice!” she says. “Our kids range in age from 8 to 27, and our rescue dogs are my ‘fur babies.’” Away from work, Joy enjoys singing, acting, playing piano, thrift shopping, and interior decorating. “I’m excited to serve as an account executive for American Home Shield here in Middle Tennessee,” Joy says. “I hope to continue making meaningful relationships and helping people take care of their homes and their families.”Tennessee!” she says. “I was born in Chattanooga and spent the first five years of my life here before moving to the Midwest. Whenever I’d visit the South, I was always drawn in by that southern hospitality and sense of community. In 2010, I made the decision to move back to Tennessee to sing in Music City. Though music remains an important part of my life, it’s the people here who have convinced me to settle in Tennessee for good. There’s no place like home, and Tennessee is home for me!”