Kevin Seawright is both a leader and a wily businessman. Over his 14 years of experience, he has been a success and a trailblazer in both of his professional fields. Learn more about Kevin Seawright: http://alivenewspaper.com/2017/08/kevin-seawright-sees-big-things-for-new-jersey-real-estate-as-economy-grows/
Kevin is currently the vice president and chief financial officer of Newark Economic Development Corporation. The corporation has responsibility for developing business strategies and streamline the business of which he is a significant contributor.
Having a flawless resume from working as an executive level finance, human resource management, and capital operations for 13 years, he has a profound and extensive experience in the business and leadership.
He currently managed over 600 million dollars in capital, construction, educational and facilities project in his tenure. He has been an instrumental in the growth and sustainability of business in the community of the East Coast. Read more: Kevin Seawright Joins Newark Community Economic Development Corporation
He managed to grow from a humble begging to be the man with the expertise to assemble a set of skills set of a business leader with a propensity of establishing an excellent staff rapport, client, leaders and functional managers that are the constituents that make a business success.
His accomplishments have not gone unnoticed. He has received several awards for his financial success. He was a nominee for Met Life receipt of bridges to the future award in the year 2010 for the financial and operations professionals.
He has been a social media influencer having a massive following from those who follow his advice and those who idolize him as a professional. He uses these platforms to inform and guide the masses. He is available on LinkedIn, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.
Kevin Seawright is an MBA holder and is currently furthering his horizons in the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business for training in the executive leadership. He has also served as an advisory board member for the Babe Ruth Museum and has undertaken several community responsibilities by being a local youth sports coach.
He has the membership to some regulatory and professional bodies such as the American Society for Public Administration, the national forum for black public administrator among many others.