Kevin Seawright is an accounting and project management veteran with vast expertise in the financial and banking industry. Currently, he serves as a managing partner and the Chief Operating Officer at RPS Solutions LLC in Baltimore.
The American investor has also been an influencer who has improved other financial areas like financial plans which have found application among contractors and subcontractors in the mid-Atlantic region.
In the course of his career, Kevin has accrued valuable experience in the industry ranging from human resource information system, scheduling, staff information management as well as attendance.
Kevin’s knowledge and expertise have not only been beneficial to him alone but the general East Coast community. The community has benefited from financial skills transfer to investment advice.
According to CrunchBase, Kevin has combined a broad range of financial components incorporating team enclosure, administrative operations, and business penetration to revolutionize his services as a financier.
Kevin Seawright has been featured in several publications throughout his career. In mid-2015, he was featured in New Jersey Business Journal and PRNewswire. Since joining the team at RPS Solutions LLC, he has been featured in press releases and on morning shows like the Larry Young Morning Show.
He has also been featured in worldclassmagazines.com, MarketWatch, and Market Wired for his role at the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation.
Kevin Seawright has been successful throughout his career with some of his most significant achievements being achieved during his time with the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation. Here he was able to increase the corporation’s revenue by a substantial margin and boost employee retention improving efficiency in the workplace.
Before joining Newark CEDC, he served as the vice president and deputy chief operating officer at Baltimore City Government where he was entrusted with the management of a $134 million annual operating budget, and $600 million allocated for educational renovation projects for Baltimore schools.