Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne has appointed a new chief executive officer. He’s Jeremy McClish who has been with the organization since 2017 when he started as director of operations. He’s been serving as chief operating officer since 2020. He replaces Andrew Gritzmaker who is now CEO of the YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne.

McClish, a New Haven native, was integral in launching the Habitat ReStore on Lima Road five years ago, which has seen annual growth of 23% since opening its doors. Last year he oversaw two major Habitat milestones: The organization began construction on 19 homes and welcomed 36 new partner families to the program, the most homes and families in a single year.

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