Tommy Joyce is a national security leader and corporate executive with extensive international policy experience in national and energy security. He has served two Presidents, most recently as Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) for International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy where he led the offices of Global Energy Security, Multilateral Engagement, Market Development and Energy Innovation (acting), and prior to that he served as Senior Advisor for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation in the National Nuclear Security Administration. Mr. Joyce is currently head of government affairs and policy for Tevogen Bio, a biotech developing therapeutic medicines in immunology and oncology.
Mr. Joyce is skilled in the development of international coalitions to solve strategic problems, negotiation of significant bilateral and multilateral outcomes, and development and execution of international strategies. As the U.S. energy representative, he was responsible for negotiating two successful joint statements on energy security at the G-20, nuclear cooperation agreements such as the Polish purchase of nuclear power plants from Westinghouse-Bechtel, U.S.-Australian agreement to store the latter’s petroleum reserves in the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and organizing a multilateral coalition on the development of critical minerals by responsible nations. He has developed and promoted responsible policy on the denuclearization of North Korea, Iranian non-proliferation treaty compliance, and dozens of other nuclear energy and nonproliferation agreements.
Additional previous public positions held by Mr. Joyce include service in the office of the Special Envoy for Nuclear Energy and Nonproliferation, special assistant in the Directorate of International Economics at the White House National Security Council, and legislative assistant for the U.S. Senate Majority Leader. He spent eight years as a defense and intelligence consultant in several strategic capacities, such as analyst/author of frequent Presidential Daily Briefing materials, counterterrorism/target analyst and foreign liaison (including a deployment to Afghanistan), program manager, strategic national assessment author, and risk program manager. Joyce has an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina, B.A. from Virginia Tech in International Studies, graduate certificates from Georgetown University (International Business) and Mercyhurst College (Applied Intelligence), and is also an accomplished sailboat skipper.