Kevin Seawright is a financial and administrative leader guru. One of his strength is his strategic vision and ability to achieve business goals, while establishing new opportunities. He also possesses a tremendous business savvy and team inclusion that results in positive outcome efficiency.
Kevin Seawright holds a Masters degree in Accounting from Almeda University and an Executive Leadership Certificate from Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business. With education in hand, employment opportunities include human resources management, executive level finance and capital operation management. Some of his career highlights include enhancing revenues that have increased annual returns by 25 percent with services rendered and goods. Kevin Seawright has also improved Human Capital Divisions by improving negotiations and change management, compensation adjustments, collective bargaining, recruitment efforts and improving staff retention. Read more about Kevin SeaWright at weeklyopinion.com
Currently, Seawright is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Executive Vice President for the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation. The group is responsible for sparking and then jump starting economic development by attracting, growing and retaining businesses in the city of Newark. The group also brings real estate development to the city and the surrounding area. Seawright’s background has given him the tools to help create a better quality of life for the citizens of Newark, by focusing on small and minority business to help produce employment opportunities for the residents of the area.
Seawright’s background has also given him the ability to establish a great rapport with not only his staff, but with clients and vendors he works with as he has vast experience on both sides of the table. He is a very efficient business leader and works from a common sense perspective.
Kevin Seawright is involved in his community. He previously served as an advisory board member for the Babe Ruth Museum, as well as coaching local youth sports teams. He finds that youth that are involved in sports learn what team work is all about. They are more than likely to stay out of trouble and sometimes perform better in school. In addition, he has also served as a member of the National Association of Black Accountants and the American Society for Public Administration.