Kevin Seawright is the Founder, Managing Partner, and Chief Operating Officer for Real Property Solutions (RPS), LLC, in Baltimore, Maryland, He has had a successful career in both the private and public sectors since starting his professional career in 2001.
According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright earned his MBA in Business Administration from Almeda University in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2016 he earned a degree in Executive Leadership from the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business.
In January 2001 Kevin Seawright started his professional career as a Managing Fiscal Officer for the city of Baltimore. In his 10 years of public service working for Baltimore he has served in a variety of positions including Payroll Director, Finance Director, and Chief Financial Officer.
From 2005 to 2011 he was the Vice President and Deputy Chief Operating Officer of the city where he managed over 800 employees, 200 buildings, and 500 contractors.
One of his biggest accomplishments in this role was when over a 3 year period he successfully managed over $600 million in school renovation projects.
According to Angel.co, after leaving public service Kevin Seawright worked for a variety of private sector companies including Tito Contractors, Collington Episcopal Life Care Community, and Newark Community Economic Development Corporation.
It was at the last company, where he was an Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, that he handled their property management and real estate strategy as well as lending his expertise in operations and finances.
AT RPS Solutions Seawright manages the company’s day-to-day activities as well as the contractors that they use. The goal of this company is to help disadvantaged people in Baltimore afford to purchase their first home.
The company constructs and renovates affordable housing both within Baltimore and its surrounding communities. As Seawright has said owning a home is one of the most important ways for most people to build their wealth.
The ultimate goal of RPS Solutions is to boost the percentage of people owning homes in Baltimore from the current rate of just under half of people owning their homes to eventually increasing that number to two-thirds of the city’s residents.