Kevin Seawright Continues Education to Better His Role in the Community

Kevin Seawright has earned his stripes on the east coast. Utilizing his skills in project management and accounting, he has helped numerous local governments and organizations. However, a recent press release from Marketwatch details his next step in helping others. Recently the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business hosted Mr. Seawright in its Nonprofit Fund Development Program. A unique partnership designed to assist community centered nonprofit organizations. They hope to do this by fostering leadership that can meet modern forthcoming challenges. Kevin has now completed the second phase of that program.

This Executive Leadership Program helps leaders in the nonprofit sector keep in step. The changing nature of the nonprofit industry requires that leaders and supporters development new innovative strategies. Partnered with expertise and experience, people like Kevin Seawright can use the training to do their jobs better. The most recent step of the program has centered on leadership of nonprofit boards. It emphasis the structure, formation, and continuation of board leadership. The main idea is to help Kevin nurture a group that will help to lead their organization as it grows. Additionally, the board will have to grow along with the nonprofit that it serves.
Flexibility, centered around a strong foundation are essential.

Membership in nonprofit boards, however, is not new territory for Mr. Seawright. He has held positions on the advisory board for the Babe Ruth Museum. Currently he serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation in Newark, New Jersey. He has held membership in several related organization such as; the American Society for Public Administration, the National Forum for Black Public Administrators, and the National Association of Black Accountants. Additionally, Kevin has held numerous support roles in his community over his lifetime. To him the importance of community involvement and civic participation are undeniable. This newest venture with the University of Notre Dame is a continuation of that fact.

Hard work is nothing new to Kevin Seawright. VisualCV tells that he continues to meet all his obligations at the Newark CEDC and in his community, including his role as a coach of a local youth sports team. So far his efforts in the program have paid off. He received a Certificate of Achievement for his completion of the current phase of the Leadership Development Program. The press release states that Kevin is eager to continue with the program.

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