Kevin Seawright, continues to show levels of achievement, unimagined by many young persons. One area of recognition, wherein, Seawright has earned celebratory success is his certificate of achievement, in a program focused toward the non-profit sector. Kevin is currently the Executive Vice President and CEO of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (Newark CEDC).
The young executive was applauded, at the University of Notre Dame—Mendoza College of Business, in 2015, in way of his successful completion of the 2nd installment of a non-profit fund development program. The completion of the preceding program—relative to executive leadership development was part of Seawright’s positive focus with respect to his continuing education—an area which he embraces.
His continuing education and development, which he actively participates, is performed in order that he may fully optimize his leadership role in Newark.
Kevin Seawright, is very committed to serving his community. He has mentioned, in so many words, that he fully understands the necessity of serving a communal base, where one resides.
He engages any opportunity available, to become more fully involved, within the three preceding areas mentioned. He does so by aligning himself with organizations that provide a high degree of intensity with regard to getting things done, within the community environment. In doing so, Kevin is able to provide a high level of empowerment to the community he serves.
The educational program, wherein, Kevin has earned a certificate, was designed in order to assist leaders in the business community to more clearly address the current business environment, within the not-for-profit sector. The course provides focus with regard to structuring of a board.
It demonstrates to the professional leader how to run a board, on a highly efficient level. The board, is instrumental in carrying out the successful operations, inside of an organization’s framework. In order to carry out the demands of the organization, the board, frequently, is required to expand, once the organization starts to grow, and when it becomes more and more established. Kevin recognizes the significance of the preceding facts.
He realizes that that a board, must be built, with much discernment, as to the details. There must be characteristics involved such as orientation, proper training, evaluations, and a way supplied, in the cultivation of the board members. This type of systematic activity is absolutely, fundamental, in realizing the long-term success of the organization.
Kevin completed phase two, in 2015, of the course described above. Seawright was provided with a very special Certificate of Achievement. The achievement certificate is provided only to individuals who excelled, greatly, in course participation.
During a span, of over thirteen years, Kevin has provided a leadership role, within the public and private sectors. His experiences, and expert knowledge are firmly planted in that of localized government and financial management. His most current position with the Newark CEDC is a direct result of a culmination of his years of work and his propensity, as to earning, much, in the way of achievement. This type of industrious behavior, on the part of Kevin, serves the community greatly. As Kevin looks forward to even more additional coursework and community experiences, he maintains his leadership role as Executive Vice-President and CFO. He involves himself, fully, too, in the areas of social responsibility and many philanthropic pursuits
Notes Regarding Kevin Seawright:
Kevin Seawright is based within the Newark, New Jersey area. He is a project manager and accounting professional. Prior to his relocation to the New Jersey area, Kevin performed work, within many areas, inclusive of education, government and real estate, in the metropolitan areas of Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Maryland.
He worked, too, as a Coach of local youth sports teams. He has been a member of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators, and the American Society for Public Administration. He has also been a member of the National Association of Black Accountants. Kevin can be located on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Tumblr.