In 2014, Newark Community Economic Development Corporation welcomed Kevin Seawright as its new executive VP and Chief Finance Officer. Newark CEDC is entitled to spurring economic growth by attracting investors, expanding real estate, developing and maintaining businesses. He comes to the company equipped with 13 years of experience in financial matters and accounting, a fact that will change and impact people’s lives on the East Coast. He has vast expertise in local government management.
Is previous success and productivity give hope to the Newark communities? For instance, he was able to save over $100,000 for Baltimore’s Commission on Aging and Retirement by coming up with a new accounting method, when he was the Managing Fiscal Officer. Newark CEDC is tasked with the expansion of small businesses to enable them to create employment opportunities and better the lives of Newark citizens. The new executive VP has a previous experience in this area, when he worked as a strategic partner director and vice president of operations at Tito contractors, developing small businesses and real estate. See more of Kevin Seawright at Crunchbase
Kevin Seawright has modified business strategies and developed responsive finance and accounting divisions that prove profitable. They include payroll, receivables, and collections. He has consistently delivered by streamlining technological startups with companies’ and economic objectives. He is capable of transforming corporate revenue methods to offer predictions of over 25% increase in annual returns. He is instrumental when it comes to changing the management, holding negotiations, adjusting remunerations and compensation, improving recruitment processes, and collective bargaining. Such efforts have helped boost standardization, service delivery, and improved performance.
Kevin Seawright is a project management expert and doubles up as an accountant. He has been extensively involved in education, local government and real estate development in the city of Baltimore. He worked at the city’s Housing Authority, as a payroll director, and later as finance director for the city’s Homeless Services. He held other posts such as the facilities officer and chief financial officer before being appointed deputy chief operating officer in the field of education. He holds a masters in accounting from Almeda University and is an alumnus of Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business where he acquired his executive leadership certification.