Kevin Seawright is one of the most brilliant real estate experts on the east coast, and he has also made a lot of great decisions in administrating public funds and accounting.
Seawright is now looking at helping lower income families find better housing through an initiative at RPS Solutions. This is a company he founded that works with elected leaders and non-profit activist groups through renovated property projects. Read more: Kevin Seawright and RPS Solutions LLC Assist Baltimore City Housing Employee Attain First Home
With RPS Solutions, new families looking to buy homes can start affording good housing and have less hurdles to jump through to get accepted for financing. Jerrel Brown, a member of Baltimore’s Housing Department can now buy a home thanks to Seawright’s company.
Kevin Seawright began his accounting career in Baltimore’s public parks department. His tasks included managing the department’s budget, allocating incoming funds, being responsible for city bonds and finding ways to strategically grow the park’s operations.
According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright soon started doing more of the same for the mayoral offices, and it was CitiStat that made his work most impressive. This program highlighted areas of Baltimore’s public services that needed improvement and soon Baltimore was making necessary changes in its administrative policies.
Kevin Seawright also worked with Otis T. Rolley when he was running for Mayor in 2011, but upon the election of Stephanie Rawlings Blake stepped down and joined a private company. That company is Tito Contractors, based in Washington D.C. where Seawright served as accounting controller and oversaw several other operational tasks. In 2014 Seawright moved to Newark, NJ to spearhead the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation’s (CEDC) financial department. The CEDC started undertaking several major housing projects across the city during this time.
In 2015 Seawright left the CEDC and decided to go into private real estate initiatives full-time at RPS. Seawright is also a member of several diversity groups including the National Form for Black Public Accountants, the National Black Public Administrators group, and several other groups linked to the NAACP.
He’s also active with several local fine arts and non-profit foundations including the Babe Ruth Museum. He’s also a husband and father of a young elementary school-aged daughter.