Notre Dame’s Executive Leadership Program Recognizes the Executive Vice President of Newark Community Economic Development Corporation, Kevin Seawright

The University Of Notre Dame-Mendoza College Of Business has recognized the Executive Vice President and Chief Officer of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (Newark CEDC), Kevin Seawright, for successfully finishing the second installment of Nonprofit Fund Development Program. According to Newark CEDC, this completion is the latest step in the path of Seawright of continuing education and development in his new position in the organization.

Kevin Seawright is prepared to lead Newark CEDC to new heights. In Seawright’s own words, he has always known the significance being a servant as well as an active participant in public education systems, communities, and governments, and he is on a quest to become to play greater roles in organizations that positively influence the community. On completion of the second phase of the program, a Special Certificate of Achievement was awarded to those who performed well in the course.

VisualCV told that Kevin Seawright has been a leader in both the public sector and private sector for over three years with his many years of rooted in financial management for various agencies, particularly local government agencies. As he looks ahead to the last phase of the leadership program, Seawright also maintains his current position at Newark and stays active on his numerous philanthropic efforts because he is interested in furthering the interests of many communities

Seawright is a project management and accounting professional based in Newark, New Jersey. Prior to moving to New Jersey, he served in the fields of education, local government, and real estate development in Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC. He has also served as a coach for youth sports teams and an advisory board member for the Babe Ruth Museum and a member of the American Society for Public Administration, the National Association of Black Accountants, and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.

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