Kevin Seawright is once again working on new endeavors to transform the inner cities of the US and bringing lower income people into the fold. He’s proudly announced the rollout of RPS Solutions, a housing development organization that works with construction companies and real estate agencies to renovate homes sell them at more affordable prices in different neighborhoods.

Seawright wanted to start a company that was more inclusive and diverse in its client base, and he felt more could be done to bring new homeowners into Baltimore. One young man who Seawright used to mentor, Jerrel Brown can now buy a home thanks to the new program at RPS Solutions.

Kevin Seawright started out his professional career as a public accountant. He received his accounting degree from Alameda University and then started in small budget operations in the public sector. He became a Chief Financial Officer and budget manager for Baltimore’s departments including parks and recreation and public schools. Read more: Kevin Seawright Joins Newark Community Economic Development Corporation

During this time he managed more than $50 million in public funds and also helped reduce the expenses to the department by more than half-a-million dollars.

Later he brought CitiStat, an intricate software program to the public administrative departments that analyzed current department performances and helped officials make informed decisions about department budgeting and resources.

According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright left Baltimore for a few years and joined Tito Contractors Inc. in Washington D.C. where he started managing company finances, accounts receivable and other payroll functions. From there he joined the executive team of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President.

He was responsible for fund management and guiding the organization in construction planning and strategies. Seawright stayed with the CEDC for a year and then returned to Baltimore to start RPS Solutions.

He also graduated from Notre Dame’s Mendoza Business School with an Executive Leadership certification and is on the boards of the Babe Ruth Museum, the National Forum for Black Public Accountants and various youth sports leagues.

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