A Powerful and Influential Force in Community Development Business

Kevin Seawright is an administrative leader and manager well known for his expertise and strategic financial ability in attaining organizational short and long term objectives. With an extensive experience of over 13 years in financial operations, he has managed to use his economic strategies to assist distinct communities in the East Coast improve their lives. Currently, Kevin Seawright works at Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (Newark CEDC) as the chief financial officer and vice president.

Career Beginnings

PR Newswire stated that Kevin Seawright started his career in Baltimore, Maryland with a public sector position. After eleven solid years of experience in real estate and education fields, he took his expertise to the private industry. With a lifelong commitment of improving living conditions of urban communities, he has showed great passion and enthusiasm in his projects.

Having worked in Philadelphia for community betterment even as a boy, he credits his guardians for having instilled in him the principles and passion of financial stewardship by allowing him sign up for amazing youth programs. His strong drive for social improvement has not waned in adulthood and this is clearly evident basing on the dedication and commitment he has shown at Newark.

His Success Strongholds

Kevin Seawright has had a long and impressing track record of achievements in both the public and private sectors in Newark CEDC. He has managed to formulate different strategies in the finance department with an aim of building responsive accounting and financial divisions that align with organizational goals.

Additionally, he has been able to devise a strategic planning process within the firm which has effectively and efficiently worked across different branches in Mid-Atlantic area. Increasing customer’s satisfaction a Newark is one of the biggest accomplishments that he has managed to attain through his career. Additionally, he has intensified better human resource services by creating job opportunities, improving staff retention and improving company’s overall performance among others.

Having served in the education sector for some time, he voices on Twitter that both formal and online education are equally important in fostering change. He is acknowledged and credited with developing the executive leadership program that is being offered at University’s Mendoza College of Business.

December 5, 2016

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