"As a longtime resident of Goodyear, and someone who has always worked for the good of the community, I am proud to have been given the opportunity to serve on the Goodyear City Council. 

Our city is one of the top ten fastest-growing cities in the country, but has never lost the special commitment to community, and to the people living here that make it unique. We have a rich past and, together, a bright future.
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In March of 2013, Sharolyn Hohman was elected to serve a four-year term on the Goodyear City Council. Councilmember Hohman has been a professional and resident in the Southwest Valley since 1980.

Prior to her election to Council, Councilmember Hohman led the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce for twenty-five years as President and CEO. In this position, she had the opportunity to bring her business perspective to Southwest Valley organizations and participate in mitigating impact on quality of life as the area continued to experience unparalleled growth.

Before joining the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce, Councilmember Hohman owned two small businesses in Goodyear, including a retail office supply and printing company. Councilmember Hohman has served many area non-profit organizations as a board member and/or officer. For a number of them, she serves as a founding member. These organizations include Estrella Toastmasters, Westmarc, Leadership West, Tri-City West Boys and Girls Club, and the Southwest Lending Closet, among others.

Councilmember Hohman identified fiscal responsibility, transportation, education and economic development as priorities for the City of Goodyear. She is an acknowledged leader statewide in transportation and until recently was appointed to serve on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Citizen’s Transportation Oversight Committee.

Councilmember Hohman has a BA degree from Grand Canyon University and a MA degree from Northern Arizona University. She is also a graduate of the Institute of Organization Management.

Sharolyn is the mother of two grown children and proud grandmother of three grandsons and one granddaughter.