Appleton Housing Authority Hires New Property Manager for Onedia Heights Affordable Living Complex

Published Tuesday, December 20, 2016

The Appleton Housing Authority (AHA) is pleased to welcome Kari Godsill as its new Property Manager for its Oneida Heights affordable living complex located near downtown Appleton.

     In her new role, Godsill is responsible for overseeing the management operations of the ten story highrise and its adjacient six unit building, which is home to 159 low-income seniors and disabled individuals. Her additional duties include application intake and referrals, eligibility and rent determinations, collection of tenant rents, marketing, monthly reports and other housing-related functions to effectively manage the complex.

     Godsill earned an Associate degree in Art and Science in 2005 from the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 2008. She brings many years of professional experience working in the Human Services/Property Management sector with people of all ages and backgrounds to her new position.

     The AHA is the largest provider of affordable housing options in the Appleton area, serving over 900 families per month.  The agency has operated rental housing, homeownership and family self-sufficiency programs along with other key housing-related programs in the Appleton community for over 49 years.     

     The AHA’s non-profit Neighborhood Housing, Inc. (NHI) organization is committed to affordable housing and the self-sufficiency of families, elderly, veterans and disabled individuals in the Fox Cities. NHI’s successful partnership with the Appleton Area School District (AASD), annually brings students from Appleton East, North and West High Schools together to build a new, affordable home for area families in need of an affordable residence. For more information about the AHA’s history, mission and programs, visit

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