Joey Tabone is an Associate Director at Woolley. He is a corporate partnerships and business development professional focussing on delivering impact for organisations with a clear purpose linked to social justice, corporate responsibility and action on climate change. Joey strongly believes that business prosperity is inextricably linked to diverse and inclusive leadership, good governance and sound ecological stewardship.

Prior to becoming an Associate Director at Woolley, he held senior leadership positions within HRH The Prince of Wales’s charitable network (Business in the Community – The Prince’s Responsible Business Network and The Prince’s Foundation) and within The Australian Government (Climate Change Office).

Joey serves on the board of trustees for The Prince’s Environmental Law Foundation, the board of trustees for Solving Kids’ Cancer UK, and the board of trustees and inaugural chair of The Pink Singers Charity, UK. He also is the longest serving President of The AIDS Action Council of the Australian Capital Territory.

Joey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in politics and geography from the Australian National University and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce.