Kevin Seawright is an administrative operation and financial expert and currently works at the Newark Economic Development Corporation where he serves as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Kevin earned his Master’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Almeda.
His career has been in both the public and private sectors. Kevin’s finance career began with a government position in Maryland, Baltimore. Kevin then moved to the private sector. His financial expertise is from his experience of more than 14 years in the financial industry. Read more: Kevin Seawright Joins Newark Community Economic Development Corporation
Kevin uses his financial expertise to better communities in the East Coast. He has a unique blend of team inclusion, business acumen, financial governmental and private sector operations and outcome efficiency.
In his career, Kevin has created business strategies that have brought responsive accounting and finance divisions that deliver results consistently by aligning current organizational and economic goals with technological initiatives. Kevin has also transformed corporate processes for revenue planning that have worked efficiently.
Kevin has solidified Human Capital Divisions leading to improvement in staff retention, enhancement of recruitment efforts, compensation adjustments, collective bargaining, negotiations, and change management.
They have improved service delivery to customers, standardization, and enhanced company performance. Kevin is also active in social media where he shares knowledge in his area of expertise.
Under Kevin Seawright leadership, Newark has achieved a lot including an increase of organization returns by 25 percent, communication network rapid development, increased employee retention, and aided small business to achieve their missions.
According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright has been featured in several publications such as New Jersey Business Journal, PRNewswire, WorldClassMagazines, MarketWatch, and Market Wired.
Before working with Newark Economic Development Corporation, Kevin had achieved other accomplishments including successful managing a $134 million annual operating budget and managing education renovation projects for Baltimore city schools worth $600 million.
Kevin was appointed as the Met Life Recipient of Bridges to the Future award in 2010 for finance and operational professionals.
Kevin’s outstanding professionalism, services, and thinking extensively in tight economic times has earned him numerous awards. Kevin was also an advisory board member for the Babe Ruth Museum, coach for a youth sports teams.
Kevin is also a member of the National Association of Black Accountants and National Forum for Black Public Administrators.