Dami Kehinde is an associate director at Guidehouse and is a part of the Capital Projects & Infrastructure team. Dami has more than 18 years of experience across transportation, state, and local sectors. She previously worked with the Maryland Department of Transportation on capital projects and pivoted to work with local governments on disaster recovery-related projects, where she served as a project manager for various infrastructure, public facility, and economic development projects.
Dami has led various grant administration projects funded through Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant, Economic Development Administration, Federal Emergency Management Agency PA and more recently related to CRF, American Rescue Plan Act, and other federal funding sources as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic. She has also helped lead a large Emergency Rental Assistance Program operations team.
Dami earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Howard University, and a master’s in city and regional planning with a focus on transportation planning from Morgan State University. She is passionate about campus recruiting and is also a high school Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) volunteer and focuses on encouraging women and minorities to become involved in STEM programs/fields of study. She is also a Project Management Professional and a Certified Scrum Master.
Bachelor in Architecture, Howard University Masters in City and Regional Planning with a focus on Transportation planning, Morgan State University