Newark Community Economic Development Corp. was pleased to present a new leader to their management crew, Kevin Seawright. The NJ-based organization act as a facilitator for economic growth in the country’s biggest city by attraction, developing and retaining business in Newark plus spurring real estate growth in the town.
Given that Kevin Seawright has vast experience in operational, accounting, plus diverse capital management, he has the capabilities to further the mission of this organization. Learn more about Kevin Seawright: http://www.njbiz.com/article/20150520/NJBIZ01/150529987/newark-economic-development-group-names-cfo
For more than one decade, Kevin Seawright has been striving to use his financial skills to improve the state of the communities within the East Coast of the United States. His knowledge is embedded in financial management for the local government organizations.
While serving the Commission on Aging plus Retirement of Baltimore as the Managing Fiscal Officer, he created and implemented an innovative accounting system.
That system saved the organization over $100000 in cash, and due to that, he was appointed as the Housing Authority of the city of Baltimore payroll director.
He was later nominated as the Homeless Services division finance director in the Department Housing plus Community Development. Kevin then served the Department of Recreation and Parks as their Chief Financial plus Facilities Officer.
Due to his hard work and determination at the City of Baltimore, he was appointed as the Deputy COO in the department of education, a post he served for six years.
Kevin started serving as a director for the strategic partner for Finance plus Human Capital at the Tito Contractors, a company that is located in Washington DC. That is where the idea of venturing into real estate plus small business development was born.
Currently, Kevin strives to bring his vast experience to assist the city while he implements ways to better the Newark economy. The goal of these agencies is to spur and preserve economic growth activities to yield and sustain its development in the society.
For this reason, Newark Community Economic Development Corp. has decided to partner with the Department of Economic and Housing Development in Newark to attain this goal. The organizations tend to focus on supplementing small plus minority business capacity to generate more jobs and build a life that is better for the residents of Newark.