Honoring Calvin Goode: the Proof of the Power of Local Politics

Calvin Goode

Join the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies’ Anti-Racism Committee for a discussion with Vernon Goode as he speaks about his father, Phoenix Councilman Calvin Goode's legacy.

Known as the “Conscience of the Council,” Calvin Goode was the longest-tenured elected official in the history of the City of Phoenix. The Phoenix City Hall was renamed the Calvin C. Goode Municipal Building in his honor. He was a fierce advocate for equal opportunity, affordable housing, education and improving the quality of life in Phoenix.

Guest Info:

Vernon Goode is a lifelong Arizonan and a graduate of Arizona State University where he earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration degrees and was a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma National Business Honor Society.  His career path has included a variety of roles in private and public sector and has ultimately led him toward a passion for learning and development and his current position in where he is responsible for the City of Scottsdale's employee development program.  “I have learned that whatever our station in life, we all have the ability to positively impact those around us.”

Department: 
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
Contact: 
Rachel Bunning
Feb 23 2021 - 1:00pm
Location: 
Online
Campus: 
Online
Price: 
Free