Administrative Support Team
           Ms. Janitza Pagan, Administrative Secretary
Ms. Pagan is the Administrative Secretary at the Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact here at (212)-694-6051 or JPagan@eagleharlem.org

Ms. Bianca Jones, Administrative Assistant


Ms. Tiwana Coleman, School Aide
TColeman@eagleharlem.org



Mr. Nathaniel Deverteuil, Director of Operations

Mr. Deverteuil is the Director of Operations at Eagle Academy for Young Men of Harlem. His role at Eagle Academy is to provide project management support on a variety of operations initiatives, including facilities, and purchasing to ensure smooth, predictable, and effective outcomes. 

Mr. Deverteuil was born in Brooklyn, NY but raised on the beautiful island of Barbados, West Indies. He graduated from Park West High School. For his undergraduate degree, he had the pleasure of going to the Historically Black College of Morris College where he received his Bachelors of Science degree in Recreation Administration. 

He looks forward to instilling the C.L.E.A.R (confidence, leadership, effort, academic excellence, and resilience) motto in the young men of Eagle Academy Harlem. Without hard work & dedication there is no success. Feel free to contact him at 212-694-6051 or you can email him at Ndeverteuil@eagleharlem.org.

Mr. Christopher Graham, Director of Programs, Partnerships & Community Engagement
Christopher Graham is from the South Bronx. Graduate of Eagle Bronx class of 2010. It is an honor to serve in the place that has served me beyond anything I could have imagined. I grew out of the 3rd avenue area of the South Bronx. I graduated from Eagle Bronx, to move on to Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC. I graduated with a Bachelor's in Mass Communication and a minor in Theatre. I have utilized my talents in several capacities here at Eagle Harlem. From a Parent Coordinator to a Director of Programs, Partnerships, and Family Engagement. My heart is dedicated to the service of the young men and the families of Eagle Harlem.