Kevin Seawright has accomplished quite a bit in the financial industry as an economic strategist. Currently the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the Newark Economic Development Corporation, Kevin has over nearly 15 years of experience in company reorganization. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, Seawright has dedicated his life to his community of Newark, New Jersey’s commitment to economic development.

Kevin has a passion for small businesses, believing that they are the key to communities becoming self-sustaining and bring them out of economic hardship. As CFO of the NEDC Kevin manages of $600 million in construction, capital, and facilities projects in the state of New Jersey. He has received numerous awards and accolades for his work with small businesses in the Northeast United States. He has served on the board for the Babe Ruth Museum and coached many youth sports teams in the New Jersey and Baltimore, Maryland areas. A member of the American Society for Public Administrators and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators, Kevin works tirelessly to furthering the public administration field. See more of Kevin Seawright at Crunchbase

Kevin Seawright is an expert in helping small and medium-sized businesses develop business strategies for growth. He has been a mentor to numerous business owners in the Newark area, and even contributed his time to help non-profits with structuring plans. His strategic vision has led him to serve as the Vice President of Operations and Human Capital of Tito General Contractors (2011-2013) and Executive Director of Operations for the State of Maryland (2012-2014). Kevin attended Almeda University on a full scholarship to study accounting. He has the education and experience that makes him an expert that is respected by his peers and customers. A member of the National Association of Black Accountants, he is dedicated to increasing the field’s African-American membership.

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