Kevin Seawright is a professional real estate evaluator and dealmaker who is working to transform neighborhoods in Baltimore so their housing is more affordable to new buyers.
The new company he founded is RPS Solutions which is undertaking a renovation of various abandoned lots and foreclosed buildings in downtown Baltimore and changing them into new commercial and residential lots. Learn more about Kevin Seawright: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/kevin-seawright-talks-rps-solutions-llc-on-the-larry-young-morning-show-300290321.html
Seawright even recently met a former young man he had mentored who had gotten a professional job but still couldn’t afford to buy a house. Thanks to the renovated home projects that RPS had undertaken, that young man was able to provide a renovated house for his family to live in.
Kevin Seawright is a graduate of Almeda University and has had a lot of experience working with businesses, government agencies and non-profit groups. He originally started as an accounts manager and administration official for the Baltimore Mayoral office and the city’s municipal bond management and planning department.
He worked with the Board of Education to improve the Baltimore public school operations. Then he introduced the Citistat software program to see which areas of the city’s operations needed more funding and which could afford budget cuts. Thanks to that program the city administrators were able to identify areas that needed improvement.
Other companies that Kevin Seawright has been involved with include Tito General Contractors and the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (CEDC).
As the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the CEDC, Seawright was responsible for helping implement several new neighborhood developments and housing projects that took place in 2015. In that same year he joined the CEDC Seawright also completed an Executive Leadership Certification at the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business. Read more: Kevin Seawright & RPS Solutions LLC Fill Baltimore’s Belvedere Square with First Time Homebuyers
In addition to his business and civic accomplishments, Seawright is also the father of a young girl named Tia and is involved with local organizations including youth sports and social activist groups. He’s also a board member of the Babe Ruth Museum and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.
Kevin Seawright also has a presence on social media on Facebook and Twitter where he shares updates on building projects, and you can also find his profile on LinkedIn.