Adjunct Faculty/Funding & Compliance/Affordable Housing Specialist, Tulane University’s Sustainable Real Estate Development Program, School of Architecture
Kim Vu-Dinh is adjunct faculty at Tulane University’s Sustainable Real Estate Development Program in the School of Architecture. She is also a consultant and an attorney specializing in project development, Federal funding and compliance as it relates to affordable housing. Her work has focused primarily on distressed New Orleans neighborhoods, such as Central City, the Lower Ninth Ward, Treme and New Orleans East, and she has been part of a number of for- and non-profit development teams to create apartments and homes of Green Communities and LE-ED construction quality.
Some of her major projects include the scattered site component of Harmony Oaks in Central City, the scattered site component of the Iberville redevelopment, and affordable elderly housing in New Orleans East currently underway in partnership with the MQVN Community Development Corporation and the New Orleans East Health Center