Kevin Seawright has a presence on social media sites such as Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
Kevin Seawright has many articles posted on his Twitter account. The topics of the articles include the goal of RPS Solutions, their relationship with National Community and their hopes of increasing homeownership in Baltimore.
RPS Solutions aims to help Baltimore’s community become successful. In 2005, Mr. Seawright founded RPS Solutions, LLC, and he is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Partner. This company supervises the development and managing assets in poor neighborhoods. RPS Solutions help in providing first-time home-owners housing they can afford, in nearby areas in Baltimore, Maryland.
With his dreams and determination, Mr. Seawright knows how important it is for people to own their own homes. He has made it his mission to partner with City Officials in Baltimore to remodel homes for people who were not capable of purchasing homes, because they do not meet the qualification guidlines.
Mr. Seawright was a guest on the Larry Young Morning show, where he spoke about his company’s joint venture partnership, that builds and remodel housing in the Baltimore area, that is affordable.
Mr. Kevin Seawright has accomplished many things in his career. These accomplishments include the above mentioned and his work with local government real estate in parts of New Jersey, Washington and Maryland. He was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive Vice President of Newark Community Economic Development Corporation. Mr. Seawright attended the University of Notre Dame and Mendoza College of Business.
It is the goals of the RPS Solutions, LLC to establish a more diversified transformed society where neighborhoods flourish and everyone can reach the height of their full potential.
Kevin Seawright was the Executive Director of Operations at Collington Episcopal Life Care Community from March 2013, through April 2014, in Prince Georges, Maryland. His responsibilities included Real Property/Estate Management and Maintenance.
From March 2011 through May 2014, Mr. Seawright worked as the Vice President at Tito Contractors in the Baltimore Community, Washington D.C. Metro Area. During his employment at this company, he developed funding methods for $50 million Mid-Atlantic neighborhood budget.