Kara Hackett

Kara Hackett is a Fort Wayne native, passionate about the future of her hometown and other up-and-coming places across the country. After working briefly in New York City and Indianapolis, she moved back to northeast Indiana where she got her start in journalism managing social media and writing columns for The Journal Gazette. Since then, she has continued writing about interesting people and ideas whenever and wherever she can. Her work has appeared in The Journal Gazette, Living Fort Wayne, Glo Magazine, FoxNews.com, and The Huffington Post.
Today, as Managing Editor of Input Fort Wayne, she works with Issue Media Group's national network to run an online magazine about entrepreneurship, innovation, and what's next for northeast Indiana.
Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @karahackett.

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