Hire date: Re-joined in December 2007
Job Title: Senior International Accountant
Location: San Diego
Meet Joyce Alfonso-Bautista, a long-time San Diegan and proud San Diego State University alum, who has been a member of our International Finance Team in San Diego since 2007. As a Senior International Accountant, Joyce oversees financial activities and provides guidance for our regional offices in Taiwan, China, and Singapore.
“Working in International Finance not only gives me the opportunity to interact with finance professionals worldwide, but also gives me exposure to areas such as foreign exchange, transfer pricing, statutory data, and international tax laws.”
In addition to earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Accounting emphasis, Joyce completed her CPA licensure in 2012. Joyce’s impressive background demonstrates the strong work ethic that she contributes to her team every day, but she also appreciates the other side of the work-life balance here in San Diego.
“There is an atmosphere here at Cymer/ASML that supports learning and growth in both your professional career and personal life. I appreciate having colleagues who take their work seriously, but not themselves too seriously. ”
When she’s not crunching numbers or collaborating with colleagues all over the globe, you might find Joyce at a local studio practicing Bikram yoga three times a week.
“It’s a series of 26 postures in a 105-degree heated room and I LOVE it! I get my cardio, relaxation, calmness, and clarity in each 90-min class.”
Joyce’s extracurricular activities extend beyond the yoga studio and into the San Diego community since she serves as a Board Member for the National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR), a local non-profit that raises money to support school/community programs benefitting kids and families affected by autism.
“This cause is particularly important to my family, as our younger daughter was identified with a developmental delay on the autism spectrum when she was three years old. Through early interventions, therapies, years of hard work and a lot of prayers, she’s now a scholar/student athlete in high school. We owe her success to organizations like NFAR.”
Joyce currently lives in San Diego with her husband, Jay, and their two daughters, Mia and Ava.