Lynn von Koch-Liebert

Lynn von Koch-LiebertDeputy Secretary of Housing and Consumer Relations

Lynn von Koch-Liebert is the Deputy Secretary for Housing and Consumer Relations at the California Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency (BCSH). In this role she is responsible for general activity between the Agency and its Departments.

Prior to this role she was the Vice President (VP) of Business Development (BD) Operations for DynCorp International (DI) a service company supporting predominantly the US Departments of Defense and State. In this role she was responsible for BD process, reforms, strategy and oversight over the companies’ priority pursuits. Prior to this role she was VP BD for DynLogistics, a $1 billion business area within DI. Prior to this role she served as the DynLogistics Staff Director, Director of Business and Operations for a State Department contract, and as a Capture Manager and Market Intelligence Manger within the BD division.

Prior to joining DI, Lynn worked for the United Nations Office of Project Service (UNOPS). In Jerusalem she worked in project management, business development and communications. In Southern Sudan she led the inter-agency planning efforts for Sudanese national infrastructure development on behalf of the UN Humanitarian Coordinator. In Afghanistan she co-coordinated an office-wide review of internal UNOPS systems and processes.

Lynn holds a Masters of Public Affairs from Princeton University, a Masters of International Security from Cranfield Defense Academy and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from the University of South Dakota. Her graduate fellowship was conducted at the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s Pakistan Afghanistan Coordination Cell. She is a 2014 – 2017 member of the Truman Security Project Defense Council, a 2016 German Marshall Memorial Fellow and a Co-Director and Founder of No Exceptions. She was selected into the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ (CSIS) inaugural Smart Women, Smart Power 2016 Executive Fellows Program.