Net Inclusion 2018 has ended

Dina Lehmann-Kim

Program Manager
Dina Lehmann-Kim came to HUD in 1998 as Presidential Management Intern to work on the Multifamily Housing Neighborhood Networks (NN) program.  Established in 1995, the NN program was one of the first federally-sponsored digital inclusion programs.  In 2002, Dina moved from Multifamily Housing to Public Housing where she managed the public housing NN grant program, Family Self-Sufficiency, and the Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) grant programs.  After congressional appropriations ended for the public housing NN program in 2007, Dina continued to support the program by obtaining resources for technical assistance.  Later, she spearheaded the formation of a partnership with the nonprofit EveryoneOn – a key partner in HUD’s new digital inclusion program, ConnectHome.  Currently, she is the Acting Manager for ConnectHome.  
Dina has a Master’s in International Development from American University and a B.A. in French from Wellesley College.  She lives in Arlington, VA with her husband and daughter.