Financial executive Kevin Seawright was born in 1963 and grew up in both Baltimore, Maryland and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting at Rocklands University, and an MBA degree from Almeda University, then went on to work within Baltimore’s Dept. of Housing and Dept. of Recreation and Parks between 2002 and 2005. He was also employed as the Managing Fiscal Officer of Baltimore’s Commission on Aging and Retirement, where he came up with a new accounting system that ended up saving that agency more than $100,000. He currently holds a top position in the Newark Economic Development Corporation, a business whose efficiency he improved by coming up with ways to prevent employee turnovers from happening.
Kevin Seawright has used his strategic vision to try to transform small businesses into large organizations and small towns into big urban areas throughout his busy career. The experienced corporate leader helps companies rearrange their strategies in order to see financial growth. He believes in using employee inclusion when it comes to discussing ways to improve a company’s production. In addition to attending to his responsibilities in the business world, he has also been involved with many philanthropic activities in his community such as being a coach for a local youth sports team. He has memberships in organizations like American Society for Public Administrators, the National Forum for Black Public Administrators and National Association of Black Accountants.
Presently, Kevin Seawright, who was featured in the New Jersey Business Journal’s May 2015 edition, has another leading role as the Managing Partner at Real Property Solutions, a position he’s held since January of 2015. He credits his parents for his skill and longevity in the financial industry, being that they taught him about the importance of managing money at an early age. The sharp businessman also serves as the Interim Executive Director of Operations for Baltimore City Community College and was once the Chief Operating Officer in the Baltimore school system. He has profiles on several social media platforms like Twitter, where he tweets about business matters, as well as sports, humor, cars and his other hobbies and interests.