Joey Adler is actively involved in numerous initiatives, organizations, and partnerships. Inspired by her late husband, Joey founded Lou’s House, an integrative center that assists cancer patients and survivors resume healthy lives with the world’s leading psycho-social cancer support programs, “free of charge”.
Additionally, Joey Adler sat on the board as acting Event Chair for the Hope & Cope Wellness Center’s annual fundraiser in Montreal, for which Joey and her family are the main benefactors.
Joey also sits on the Board of Trustees of Partners in Health, the Advisory Board of the Women’s Executive Network (WXN), and the Dress for Success’ Board of Directors.
Since founding ONEXONE, Adler has focused on the rights and health of children in Canada and abroad. Deep concern for this matter has guided her involvement in many related facets spanning from clean water to economic development.
As an entrepreneur seeking to reinvent the business of philanthropy through groundbreaking sustainable models, Joey has also combined charitable efforts with long term economic planning. She is the founder of Industrial Revolution II (IRII), a forward-thinking, community-conscious, environmentally and socially responsible business apparel manufacturing.