Affordable Housing Advisory Council

The 12-member Affordable Housing Advisory Council (AHAC), comprised of housing and community development leaders from throughout FHLBI's District, meet quarterly with staff and representatives of FHLBI Board of Directors to advise the bank on low- and moderate-income housing programs and housing needs in Indiana and Michigan. Council members are appointed by the FHLBI Board of Directors to serve for terms of three years.

AHAC operates according to its charter. Members, community organizations, or any other interested parties may nominate qualified individuals for the Advisory Council.  To nominate an individual to the council, please complete and submit the 2021 AHAC Nomination form.

Background checks will be performed on all individuals who accept an AHAC nomination.

  • Lentych Anthony

    Anthony Lentych

    Traverse City Housing Commission Executive Director
    Traverse City MI


    Tony currently serves as the Executive Director of the Traverse City Housing Commission. He is responsible for managing the region’s largest public housing authority with 208 Housing Choice Vouchers across a five county area and with 136 units located within two properties. Additionally, he is responsible for compliance with federal rules and regulations governing the housing programs.
  • Guy

    George Guy, III

    Fort Wayne Housing Authority Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director
    Fort Wayne IN

    Vice Chair

    George Guy, III is the CEO/Executive Director of the Fort Wayne Housing Authority. The Fort Wayne Housing Authority is the local administrative agency for housing assistance programs funded by HUD. George has had over 15 years of leadership expertise as a housing authoirty executive including managing, overseeing and developing multi-level, multi-family affordable housing in Indiana and Illinois.
  • Bohatch

    Connie Bohatch

    City of Grand Rapids, Managing Director of Community Services
    Grand Rapids MI


    Connie currently leads the Community Development Services Group for the City of Grand Rapids. In her role, she is responsible for allocating and administering $10-15 million of federal funds including Community Block Grant funding, HOME investment partnerships, and Lead Based Paint Hazard grants. She has over 25 years of community development experience working with low- and moderate-income housing.
  • Sherry Early Aden

    Sherry Early-Aden

    Brightpoint Vice President of Operations
    Fort Wayne IN


    Sherry Early-Aden is the Vice President of Operations for Brightpoint. In her current position in addition to her executive duties, Sherry oversees the Brightpoint Development Fund and all its Community Economic Development efforts. She has extensive experience in Housing Programs and Services in her previous work for the City of Fort Wayne, as well as with Lafayette Housing and Neighborhood Services. She has also served as a national grant reviewer for multiple housing and community organizations.
  • Frey Eric

    Eric Frey

    Administrative Resources Association and Southern Indiana Housing Community Development Corp. Executive Director
    Columbus IN


    Eric is the Executive Director of the Administrative Resources association, as well as the Southern Indiana Housing Community Development Corporation. In both roles Eric works to secure and administer grant funding for the development of housing and community economic development projects. Eric is involved in a number of Housing related committees and organizations throughout Southern Indiana and is a certified CDBG grant professional.

2020 AHAC Report Cover image

See the 2020 Annual Report of our Affordable Housing Advisory Council, which advises the bank on low- and moderate-income housing programs and housing needs in Indiana and Michigan.