Casey Clowes

Tempe City Council, At Large

Casey will be one of just two out LGBTQ members of the Tempe City Council!


Casey Clowes is a caring and passionate Tempe advocate who has spent her personal and professional life working to improve the lives of others. 
Casey grew up in Tempe. After graduating from her local high school, Casey pursued a degree focused on community issues and service, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Public Service and Public Policy with specific certifications in Public Administration and Public Management at Arizona State University. Casey went on to receive her Juris Doctorate at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU because of her desire to advance innovative solutions to current issues by bridging the gap between legal realities and community needs. Over the course of Casey’s academic career, she served as a leader in her community, supporting underrepresented populations, finding efficient legal solutions to environmental concerns, and creating lasting changes by collaborating with various stakeholders. 
Casey has experience as a community organizer working on climate justice, voting rights, and disability justice issues. She serves on the Advisory Board for the Tempe Family YMCA and volunteers at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Casey currently works as an attorney and has experience in both negotiating a wide variety of contracts and in civil litigation. Her experience allows her to efficiently and effectively devise solutions to complex policy issues, collaborating with and benefiting individuals from various backgrounds.  

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