If you haven’t heard of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation by now, then you just haven’t been listening. This amazing group focuses on the economic development of the state of New Jersey. More specifically for Newark and you 20 amazing neighborhood centered within the cultural hub of this diversity and beautiful location. By creating strong growth markets that produce economic development the CEDC generates jobs creating financial stability for businesses as well as the people who own and run them within the beautiful city of Newark.
A Plan for the Future
The Newark CEDC has a plan for the future, and that is sustainable growth and economic stability to the diversity and collaborate in efforts of the city of Newark. By creating strong housing markets as well as business locations that are stable and will build economic strength for Newark. One of the ways they are doing this is by having brilliant individuals such as CFO Kevin Seawright at the helm leading them into this bright future, and you can find his Twitter page here. The Newark CEDC is there to make sure this beautiful, diverse cultural hub will substantially grow into the future and strengthen the economic success of those who live there.
A Record that’s Proven
Kevin has a proven track record of success. Having both a Masters degree in Business Administration as well as a Bachelor of Science in Accounting Kevin shows his professionalism and qualification by his dedication to education. Kevin has successfully and creatively managed money on a large scale such as a 50 million dollar regional budget through Tito contractors where Kevin manages a team of eight.
Strong Ties Make Bonds That Are Unbreakable
Kevin Seawright is a board member the Babe Ruth Museum as well as involved in youth sports as a coach. By being an experienced and visionary leader Kevin sets forth a strong example to all of those who come into contact with him. Kevin has served as a member of the American Society for public administration as well as many other municipal departments throughout Baltimore before coming on board with the Newark CEDC .