Kevin Seawright Strives To Make Newark A First Class City

A rising star in the world of finance and economics, in New Jersey, is Kevin Seawright. He serves as the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (NCEDC).

Kevin Seawright collaborates with regional real estate organizations, federal government officials, and local education administrators. His primary responsibility is to serve as a liaison between his agency and the City of Newark, New Jersey. They try to convince local businesses to stay in the city and to help in cultivating real estate development.

The NCEDC works closely with minority and small business owners to help their business grow, which enables them to expand and hire more employees. The NCEDC distributes grants to these businesses to make capital improvements to their business to attract more customers. He involved in the community and wants to see Newark flourish Kevin Seawright envisions Newark as a major business hub, not just referred to as a suburb of New York City.

According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright isn’t limiting his reach to just businesses in Newark, as he has reached out to regional organizations to expand and set up shop within the city limits. He brings together real estate developers, financiers and city official to find a way so all involved parties benefit from investing in Newark, New Jersey, through tax credits.

Kevin Seawright comes to the NCEDC with an impressive resume that includes financial and accounting management in the private in public sectors. His insight and innovative strategies enabled the Baltimore Commission on Aging and Retirement, save over $100,000 in expenditures. His ability to manage finances in a cost effective manner caught the City of Baltimore Housing Authority’s attention, who hired him as a Payroll Director. The Baltimore Department of Recreation and Parks brought him on board, where he held the position as the Chief Financial Officer.

Respected throughout the financial, and economic sectors, Kevin is a member in good standing with the American Society for Public Administrators, the National Black Public Administrators, and the National Association of Black Accountants.