Kevin Seawright has been featured in several business magazines and cable networks for his innovation in financial strategies and ability to organize real estate developments. He is currently the Managing Partner of RPS Solutions, a brand new company in Baltimore and he once discussed why he started it on the Larry Brown Show on a Baltimore radio station.
Seawright said he felt it was time to do something good for Baltimore’s housing markets and believed he could build something that was inclusive of all first-time buyers and housing seekers. RPS Solutions believes in equality and diversity as well as new ways to turn expensive or rundown homes into livable quarters.
Crunchbase revealed that Kevin Seawright has spent years in professional accounting and investing, and while working as a public administrator in Baltimore he helped turn several departments from a deficit to having a surplus to work with.
He increased transportation and educational resources for the Baltimore public school system and also had a new program known as CitiStat brought in for the mayor to monitor performance of all city departments and emergency response units.
Aside from his time as a civic leader, he also was the financial manager of Otis T. Rolley’s campaign for mayor in 2011, though Rolley lost the election to current Mayor Rawlings-Blake.
Kevin Seawright then turned from public accounting to private accounting for a commercial and residential construction company known as Tito Contractors in Washington D.C. From there he joined the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation where as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer he arranged deals between city officials and private contractors to undertake major building projects.
The CEDC has been responsible for new additions to senior communities and Rutgers University, and Seawright also helped organize music festivals in Newark’s famous Lincoln Park. In 2016 he left the Brick City and co-founded RPS Solutions.
Seawright has been involved with multiple minority groups and has worked with minority authorities such as the Congressional Black Caucus.
He’s also a member of the Association of Public Administrators and Black Public Accountants Forum. He has also served as a trustee on the Babe Ruth Museum board.
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