duncan1George A. Duncan (full-time), President and Founder of Eagle’s Nest, has over 22 years of experience working with minority youth and providing educational and mentoring support to school-aged children. He oversees every aspect of the program: the development and implementation of programming, staffing, curriculum, fundraising, student recruitment, and relations with parents, schools, and the community. Mr. Duncan has extensive experience managing and directing various after-school academic and enrichment programs in Boston. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in sociology and a master’s degree in elementary education, both from Boston College. George has been married for 23 years and has three daughters.
Did you know? Mr. Duncan once traveled as a short-term missionary to Ghana, West Africa, where he shared the gospel, visited several cities and schools, and helped purchase clean water for a village.

Mr.-Omolo Kennedy Omolo (part-time), is a mathematics teacher in the Boston Public School system with an extensive background in not only teaching math but also training math teachers. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya in 1984 and a master’s degree in education from Boston College in 1999. While teaching at Devry Institute in New Jersey, he became interested in urban education. Later he taught math at the Jeremiah Burke High School in Dorchester, MA, and then at City on a Hill Charter School in Boston, where he developed math curricula under a Northeastern University program sponsored by The Science Foundation. He has also mentored Boston math teachers through the Urban Calculus Initiative. In addition to teaching math, Mr. Omolo lectures at Northeastern University and is a certified instructor in interactive mathematics. Mr. Omolo and his wife have two daughters and one son.

Did you know? Through his participation in 21st Century Leadership Cadres, a two-year program sponsored by Apple and the Boston Public Schools’ IT department, Mr. Omolo is part of a team of educational leaders embedding 21st century skills into teaching and learning in the Boston schools.