Women writing on white board in meeting room and it says Codobe Work Space and Meeting Rooms

What is Codobe?

Codobe is a smart, get-work-done space.  Founded on the premise that non-traditional workers should have more options than working from coffee shops or commuting downtown to a coworking space, Codobe believes in offering a technology driven, yet minimalist space to enhance productivity.  To do this they find innovative ways to solve problems to keep prices low and value high.   


Codobe is the first of its kind in the Phoenix Valley offering a tech driven and automated customer experience.  Codobe is fully automated, allowing guests to book space, submit payment, and open the door all from their smartphone.  The technology platform that Codobe uses also offers flexible and remote work opportunities for the Codobe team.   


Codobe is flexible and requires no long term commitments.  Not only can guests find a workstation or a comfy chair to tackle their task list, but Codobe also offers several meeting rooms – perfect for workshops, brainstorming sessions, or private conversations.  


Codobe’s mission is hidden in its name which stands for “Connected, we’ll do more and be inspired.”  The space exists to make sure that everyone has access to professional space and internet connection needed for online education or remote work opportunities.  Codobe is also deeply rooted in the spirit of entrepreneurship and offers accessible infrastructure for small business and entrepreneurs. 

Our Founder

Cheryl Packham, Founder of Codobe, is also a real estate investor and automation enthusiast.  Her objective in life is to pursue her passions and inspire others to do the same.  


She enjoys helping people and finding creative solutions where everyone wins.  She believes that good relationships with people has more value than money in the bank.  


As a Army Veteran in the Iraq war and a mother of preemie, Cheryl understands how to adapt quickly to challenging situations. 


Cheryl started Codobe in 2018 after coming back from invisible wounds from her deployment to Iraq.  She spent several years prior, working on personal and professional development while staying at home and raising her daughter.  


Cheryl grew up in Wyoming and graduated in 2016 from the University of Wyoming with her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.   


Cheryl lives in Arizona with her husband, daughter and husky dog.  She also has four bonus kids, 3 kids-in-law and several grandchildren.  Cheryl adores her family and enjoys the flexibility that she has achieved with her work/life integration.