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Patrick Killackey

Former Project Manager, ICIS

Patrick Killackey was the project manager for ICIS from 1998 to 1999. Prior to joining the Institute, he was chief analyst at the Independent Budget Office (IBO) for education, transportation, and infrastructure issues, covering about one-third of the city’s budget. His group produced analyses on school facilities and class size, transportation financing, and overall capital spending. Prior to IBO, Patrick worked at New York City Transit in the business planning group on subway car and train crew planning issues. He is also a former mathematics teacher at Intermediate School 139 in the Bronx, where he taught seventh and eighth graders for two years and was involved with early efforts in school-based budgeting. He holds a BA in Mathematics from Columbia University (where he received the senior class prize for service to community and College) and a Master of Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government.





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