E. Taylor Woodbury
Director, Chief Operating Officer
E. Taylor Woodbury serves as the chief operating officer of Woodbury Corporation and on the company’s board of directors. In addition to his administrative responsibilities he is involved with various departments in the company, including accounting, finance, development and legal. Prior to his current position, he was the corporate treasurer and oversaw all enterprise cash management. Mr. Woodbury is active in the real estate development and investment activities of Woodbury Corporation, and is a principal in the management of Woodbury’s private equity funds. He is the project manager of the Falcon Hill Aerospace Research Park at Hill AFB in Utah. Falcon Hill is the largest enhanced-use lease in the United States Air Force. He led entitlement efforts and a successful campaign against a referendum to approve The Green on Campus Drive, a 1,600 bed student housing project in Orem, UT. He successfully negotiated the settlement and removal of over $3M of liens and eventual acquisition of a partially built Residence Inn in Idaho Falls. He also is a principal in the management of Woodbury’s RE private equity funds. Mr. Woodbury serves on the boards of the Foundation of Utah Valley University and City Academy (a Salt Lake City charter school), served on the development committee for Youth Leadership and Training Center for the Boy Scouts of America, and is currently the Development Coach of the Olympus Aquatics water polo team. He also was an adjunct professor in the MBA program at Westminster College’s Gore School of Business in Corporate Finance. Mr. Woodbury graduated with a B.S. in Economics, J.D., and MBA degrees from The George Washington University and an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University.