Kevin Seawright is a man who knows his way around money. Kevin, an MBA and graduate of the Mendoza College of Business Executive Leadership program at the University of Notre Dame, has spent over 15 years in the financial services sector.
In that time Mr. Seawright—a member of both the National Forum for Black Public Administrators and the National Association of Black Accountants—has managed a combined $400,000,000 in assets for an incredibly diverse list of clientele. Learn more about Nathaniel Ru: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-seawright-7869a052 and http://vizualize.me/kevinseawright#.WOJjraK1uM8
This client list includes many prominent Baltimore area businesses, but also numerous local government groups, non-governmental organizations, and community planning associations.
Kevin Seawright also founded RPS Solutions, LLC., an asset management company specifically geared towards working with and developing sustainable communities in economically depressed areas.
Mr. Seawright believes that business should not be an exclusive club, and he sees capital growth in struggling areas as an absolute must for establishing better, healthier, more successful communities.
Mr. Seawright has a firm devotion to the belief that capital should work alongside—and not on top of—local communities. Mr. Seawright has proven through his own efforts that a business atmosphere which benefits local people will do better and last longer in any given locale.
And this is formula Kevin Seawright has applied up and down the East Coast, to much success.
In fact, it is was this very public success which lead to Mr. Seawright’s appointment as Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of the Newark Economic Development Corporation; an undertaking for which Mr. Seawright seems almost uniquely qualified. Read more: Kevin Seawright Sees Big Things for New Jersey Real Estate as Economy Grows
After serving as both Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the city of Baltimore and the Vice-President of Finance and Human Capital at Tito Contractors, Mr. Seawright has been able to combine this intimate knowledge of government service with private industry to produce a philosophy of economic development that has worked well in the communities in which he operates.
Fortunately for Mr. Seawright and his clients, success seems to beget success, and his is a story that does not yet have an ending.