Kevin Seawright is a Newark-based professional accountant and project manager. He has unrivaled experience of working across different sectors, ranging from local government, real estate, as well as education. He has built his career on a firm foundation of reliability and accountability. He has earned respect from other leading economic strategists due to his ability to oversee company reorganization strategies in New Jersey.
Seawright joins Newark CEDC (Newark Community Economic Development Corporation)
Newark CEDC, an organization that promotes economic development in New Jersey through attracting and expanding businesses, has named Kevin Seawright in its top leadership team. The entity spurs real estate development across the Newark city.
The appointment of Seawright, a high-ranking financial executive, and economic strategist is in line with Newark CEDC’s mission for tapping into new markets and establishing new businesses.
Seawright’s professional expertise
Seawright has leveraged his unsurpassed experience in the financial service industry to help East Coast communities actualize their ideas and establish prosperous businesses. His professional expertise spans around offering financial management services to local government agencies.
While serving as the Fiscal Officer of Commission on Aging and Retirement of Baltimore, Seawright developed and implemented a unique accounting system, which saved the entity over $100,000 in funds.
Subsequently, he joined the Baltimore’s Housing Authority as the Payroll Director and ascended to the position of Finance Director in charge of the Homeless Services Division.
Then, he became a senior employee of the Department of Recreation and Parks, holding the position of Chief Financial and Facilities Officer. Seawright retired from serving as an employee of the city of Baltimore by serving as the deputy COO in the education industry for six years.
Accoriding to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright has been leading supporter and benefactor of several community initiatives. Seawright’s mission is to improve the quality of life and transform the world into a superb place to live. He served on the governing council of Babe Ruth Museum and offered training to several youth sports teams.
Seawright is a prominent member of professional associations such as National Association of Black Accountants, American Society for Public Administration, and National Forum for Black Public Administrators. Through Newark CEDC, he contributes to the development of the real estate and housing sector in Newark.