Kevin Seawright is a financial and project management expert living in Newark, New Jersey. Kevin is best known for his ability to command new opportunities, and strategically visualize business and economic goals. Seawright is the current Chief Operating Officer(CFO) & Executive Vice President(VP) of Newark Economic Development Corporation.
Before he relocated to New Jersey, Seawright worked in the field of education for six years as the Deputy CFO in Baltimore. At Tito Contractors based in Washington, DC, he was employed as a strategic associate director for Finance and Human Capital. This position enabled him to gain knowledge on small business development, and also got an insight into the real estate sector.
While being associated with his community, Kevin served for the Babe Ruth Museum as an advisory board member and coached the local youth sports team. Seawright has been an affiliate of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators. Also, Kevin was a member of the National Association of Black Accountants, and the American Society for Public Administration.
Kevin Seawright has solidified Human Capital Divisions. Kevin has also transformed the revenue planning corporate process. This has worked effectively across the board for both the sub-contractors and the general contractors in every part of the mid-Atlantic region.
Kevin is presently involved with organizations that are designed to empower communities. Kevin’s latest step in the path of continuing development and education was completed successfully when he finished his second part of the Nonprofit Fund Development Program. This program was launched to assist business leaders in keeping pace with the competitive nature of the current non-profit sector.
Seawright concluded Phase Two of the program with a notable Certificate of Achievement granted to those who surpassed in the course. Steward has been in control for over 13 years in both the public and private sectors. His proficiency is established in financial management for government agencies managed locally. Seawright’s years of achievement and hard work have steadily benefited communities living on the East Coast. Looking ahead to the leadership program which is his final phase, Seawright still maintains his position as the CFO and Executive VP while being actively involved in his various philanthropic and social efforts.