Kevin Seawright is a financial expert and specializes in administrative operations which have made him popular among investors. He possesses a premeditated vision and capability to accomplish business objectives and direct new opportunities. Additionally, he has an experience of more than 13 years which he utilizes in his career and serves clients satisfactorily. Speaking of his career, he has served as the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Newark Economic Development Corporation. Before that position, he once served as a managing fiscal officer, budget manager, payroll director, finance director and chief of commercial and construction projects as well as executive director of operations. He has specific basics that he utilizes to become successful, and they include the use of relevant information technology and other applicable tools to deliver on responsibilities. Being a team player as well is of the essence as it keeps one informed and exposed while learning from others hence improving one’s skills in important sectors. For latest updates, Follow Kevin Seawright on Twitter.
Kevin Seawright is also the founder of RPS Solutions a company that is committed to offering home ownership assistance to individuals seeking to possess homes for the first time. On his part, he uses this company to give back as he gives people affordable deals considering that most people hail from average and low-income homesteads. To make his initiative achievable, Kevin Seawright has partnered with National Community Stabilization Trust and the intended program is expected to benefit the locals and the economy as well. He is a holder of an MBA and is currently studying at the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business for Executive Leadership. He is determined to offer the best and therefore displays that people should seek more knowledge than what they have, as each day is a learning opportunity. With his extensive skills, he has been a member of the National Association of Black Accountants, the National Forum for Black Public Administrators and the American Society for Public Administration.