Elected: May 2008
Current term: expires in 2016
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5002
Tempe, Arizona 85280
Assistant: Parrish Spisz
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About Vice Mayor Woods
Corey Woods was elected to the Tempe City Council in May 2008 and reelected in March 2012. He was instrumental in guiding city policy that led to Tempe's perfect score in the Human Rights Campaign’s “Municipal Equality Index.” He has championed initiatives in the areas of affordable housing and human services while working tirelessly to improve community development standards to attract business investment and protect neighborhoods. Vice Mayor Woods represents the City of Tempe as Chair of the Human Services Coordinating Committee for the Maricopa Association of Governments.
His personal commitment to community service extends to board memberships for many organizations including the Tempe Coalition, Children's Action Alliance, Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence, Equality Arizona and Landings Credit Union. Woods is also a member and former president of the Kiwanis Club of Tempe and a former two-term board president of the Tempe Boys and Girls Club - Ladmo Branch.
Woods is the Chief Operating Officer at the Greater Phoenix Urban League. He is responsible for working with the CEO and CFO in budget development and appropriate budget controls. Woods serves as a partner in establishing organizational vision and program enhancement strategies.
Woods graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in April 2000 with a B.A. in Political Science, and a minor in African-American Studies. After college, Woods was a teaching assistant at ASU for three years, where he taught a class titled, “Culture and Schooling” for students preparing to be educators.