Dominium Hires Chris Lahna as Senior Vice President and Chief Talent Officer

Corporate News

Dominium, a leading national affordable housing owner, developer, and manager announced today that it has hired Chris Lahna to serve as its first-ever Senior Vice President and Chief Talent Officer, effective August 26, 2021.

“Our leadership in affordable housing, and our ability to build and provide quality homes for Americans depends on the talent of our people. A modern and progressive talent strategy is at the center of our continued growth nationwide,” stated Paul Sween, Managing Director of Dominium.

Mark Moorhouse, Partner and Senior Vice President of Development, echoed that sentiment: “By adding this critical role to our leadership team we know we are investing in our people and, by extension, the success of our residents. Dominium is fully focused on growth and our ability to add to the critical affordable housing stock of the country.”

Joining the Dominium Executive Committee in this newly created role, Chris will help shape and focus the company’s investment in its people, culture and performance. He will focus on all elements of organizational transformation including talent acquisition, leadership development, succession planning, organizational design, employer brand, change management and employee experience.

Chris joins Dominium with a deep background in human resources leadership at American Century Investments and General Electric's Aviation business. Throughout his career, Chris has helped organizations transform their culture while working across functions in global roles leading talent and leadership development, recruiting, compensation and incentive design, HR business partners and the Mergers and Acquisition portfolio.

Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Human Resources from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and an MBA from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.