Drew Corn is a native of North Texas, born in Denton. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University, Class of ‘87. Mr. Corn received his Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Texas in 1995 and was inducted into the Public Administration Honor Society, Pi Alpha Alpha. Prior to his career in public administration, Mr. Corn has served the public as a legislative assistant, campaign volunteer coordinator and classroom teacher. With the exception of his time at College Station and the State Capitol, Mr. Corn has lived and worked in North Texas.
He is married to the former Jackie Robichaux. They have two children.
Mr. Corn has worked with municipal governments for over 25 years; he has extensive experience with:
- Customer service
- Economic development
- Fiscal accountability
- Human resources
- Management analysis
- Process improvement
- Strategic planning
Northlake is the third municipality Mr. Corn has served in. He is a member of the International City/County Management Association and Texas City Management Association and represents the Town of Northlake at the Northwest Metroport Chamber, and Metroport Cities Partnership. He ensures Northlake residents’ interests are represented, especially issues impacting quality of life, welfare, and safety.
Town of Northlake Vision
Mr. Corn is committed to the vision the Council and residents have for the Town of Northlake: to take advantage of the amenities and the services of a larger city while maintaining the rural atmosphere and openness of the country. He understands that the Town of Northlake is a customer service organization providing quality customer service to all residents, visitors and businesses.