Board of Directors
Miguel Clarke, Chair.
Miguel has participated in PAPT programming prior to serving on the board. He currently serves as an Account Director for Ruth C. Schwartz & Co. and possesses over 10 years experience managing public relations and special event campaigns for clients in industries that range from technology to cosmetics and hospitality to publishing and entertainment. His responsibilities have included developing press and promotional materials, managing publicity and media relations, conceptualizing and managing event design, drafting remarks for speakers and coordinating workflow among third party vendors. Miguel attended Hunter College, CUNY and majored in English and Media Studies.
Martin Mohabeer, Treasurer.
Martin is Managing Director of Spackman Group, a Hong Kong-based, privately-held investment conglomerate with $1.3 billion under assets. In this capacity, Martin interfaces directly with the Chairman of the organization and participates in all M&A activity of the firm. Additionally, Martin also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Spackman Capital, the Group's New York-based investment arm. Prior to joining Spackman Group, Martin worked in the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs, specializing in financial institutions. He began his investment banking career in the financial institutions group of Donaldson, Luftkin & Jenrette in New York and also worked as a management consultant at Mitchell Madison Group. Martin attended Regis High School in New York City. He graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. in Statistics and received a M.B.A. degree from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a focus in Risk Management.
Sergia Andrade, Secretary.
Sergia has attended PAPT programs with her son for several years before becoming a board member. She is currently a case coordinator for Common Justice of the Vera Institute. She previously worked as a social service provider for the Early Intervention Program of New York (EIP), where she she advocates for families of children that have been identified with a developmental delay from birth to the age of three. Sergia has been working with youth and families for over 18 years. She graduated from City College with a B.A. in International Studies and Black Studies, and received an M.S. from the New School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy.