Kevin Seawright is an expert in financial and administrative operations and is currently working for the Newark Economic Development Corporation. He has managed to build his stellar career by being a bright economic strategist. He is reputed for having successfully led company restructuring strategies all over New Jersey. It is this reputation that helped him to his current position.
Business Model and Role in the Community
As a leader in financial & administrative operations, Kevin is regarded widely for his calculated vision and the ability to achieve business goals and get new opportunities. He has used his skills for over 13 years in bettering the communities found in the East Coast area. He possesses a rare blend of team inclusion, business acumen, governmental operations, financial private sector and outcome competence.
Over his career, Kevin Seawright has managed to reformulate business strategies that brought about responsive finance/accounting divisions (receivables, payables, payroll and collections). He has also changed the revenue planning processes that have successfully worked for contractors and their sub-contractors counterparts based in the mid-Atlantic region.
Kevin has used a number of fundamentals that have guided his success. Promoting reliability and efficiency in human capital, accounting, facilities management, change management, operations, union and contract/vendor negotiations. He enhances information technology proficiency and other useful tools that heighten capabilities in statistical reporting.
Among these achievements include the revenue enhancements that assisted the annual returns forecast to augment by 25%, with the rendered services and goods. He has also helped the Human Capital Division through the improvement of staff retention, collective bargaining, change management, negotiations, improving recruitment efforts and compensation adjustments. All these processes have improved service delivery, improved standardization and an enhanced company performance.
Among his accomplishment’s the ones that appeal to me most include the revenue enhancements that he did to ensure an accurate forecasting of annual returns by around 25% and the solidification of the Human Capital divisions. These two accomplishments imparted positively in most companies in terms of overall performance and their service delivery to customers.