Kevin Seawright On Creating New Homes In Baltimore

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In an article previously posted on Morningstar, it was stated that Kevin Seawright and RPS Solutions are working to fill homes in Belvedere Square in Baltimore and reported that they are succeeding to do so.
In 2015, Kevin Seawright created the co-partnership with RPS Solutions. He wanted to create an affordable housing market to strengthen the community in Baltimore.

RPS Solutions works with potential homebuyers by connecting mortgage lenders with individuals, managing assets, accompanying the construction of new properties and offering renovations of an underdeveloped housing unit.

Due to the efforts of RPS Solutions and Kevin Seawright, the Baltimore community is beginning to flourish.

Kevin Seawright has a Bachelor of Science in accounting and a Master of Business Administration. In 2012, he received his Project Management Professional certification. In 2015, he got his Executive Leadership Certification from Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business.

He has a career spanning over 10 years, in which he has used his expertise to better communities on the East Coast. He began his career as a Managing Fiscal Officer for Baltimore’s Commission on Aging and Retirement Education. After which, he worked as a Payroll Director with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. He also worked as a Finance Director for Baltimore’s Department of Housing and Community Development and a director of financing and facilities with the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks.

He worked as the Vice President and Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the Baltimore City Public School system from 2005-2011. In 2012, he became the Executive Director of Operations to Baltimore City Community College. There, he improved the management structure and efficiency. He also adapted budgetary solutions and increased daily on-campus student activities. From 2012-2014, he was the Executive Director of Operations in Maryland. He is the current Executive Vice President and Financial Chief of Newark Economic Development Corporation.

He proudly resides in the Baltimore area. He supports local community groups, which include youth leadership programs and cultural organizations: the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Sports Legends Museum. He also proudly supports and actively participates in the American Society for Public Administration, the National Forum fo Black Public Administrators, and the Association of School Business Officials.