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BGFW Smart Girls 11.3


On November 3, 2016, nine members of the FWHA staff, including our CEO/Executive Director George Guy, attended the Boys & Girls Club Annual Smart Girls Brilliant Women luncheon.  This event fundraiser supports the year long program which provides over 300 young women the opportunity to learn about health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement.  

Education and academic performance are also a critical component of the program, as young women who live at or below the poverty line are vulnerable to bad choices that continue the poverty cycle. This luncheon marks the accomplishment of these young women, honors top nominees and designates a “Smart Girl of the Year”; but, more importantly, it demonstrates throughout the year, how these young women can improve their lives.

This year, one of our residents,  Savanna Mosby, age 11, of our Brookmill Court Community was honored at the luncheon and was nominated for "Smart Girl of the Year".  We are incredibly proud of Savanna and all that she has done and look forward to seeing what she accomplishes in the future!

Pictured Above (Left to Right): (1st Row) Amy Alber, Michelle Williams, Savanna Mosby, Christi Sullivan, George Guy; (2nd Row) Angela Harris, Tiana Hunt, Saundra Jones, LaShawnda Arrington; (3rd Row) Zorya Elkins

Directors Corner

George Guy

Ecexutive Director George Guy

CEO/Executive Director

The Fort Wayne Housing Authority provides safe, decent and sanitary affordable housing.  Our team is dedicated to provide quality affordable housing for all.  Our mission is to assist in the Investment and Revitalization in the development of communities and the individuals within Fort Wayne.

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Mission & Vision

Vision: FWHA cultivates vibrant, inclusive neighborhoods throughout Fort Wayne, where all residents have safe, quality, affordable housing and a high standard of living built on economic self-sufficiency.  

Mission: To revitalize the city of Fort Wayne by building and developing safe, quality, affordable housing options, while providing programs to foster community, alleviate poverty and encourage long-term economic self-sufficiency.


In 1937, the Indiana General Assembly adopted enabling legislation giving local government authority to participate in federal low-rent housing programs.
Subsequently, on the 8th day of February 1938, the Common Council of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, passed a resolution creating the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Super Star of The Month

Elizabeth Kayser

December 2016

Program Analyst

Elizabeth Kayser has worked at the Fort Wayne Housing Authority since 2001. She has worked as a Customer Service Representative, Housing Specialist, HQS Inspector, and Program Analyst. She was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN and attended South Side High School, Ivy Tech, and IPFW. Elizabeth enjoys swimming, politics, reading, traveling, music and spending time with family and friends.

Congratulations Elizabeth! 



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