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Advisory Board


Alair Townsend, Chair
(former director of the New York City Office of Management and Budget)

Laura Anglin

Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities
(former director of the New York State Division of Budget)

Donald J. Boyd
Senior Fellow at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government
(nationally recognized expert in budget theory and the budgetary process)

David Gautschi

Graduate School of Business Administration, Fordham University
(current or former dean of a graduate school of business administration in New York City)

James Krauskopf
School of Public Affairs, Baruch College/CUNY
(current or former dean of a graduate school of public policy located in New York City)

Ernest Logan
Council of School Supervisors and Administrators
(officer or former officer of, or economic advisor of, a labor union)

Ana L. Oliveira
President and CEO of The New York Women's Foundation
(officer or former officer of a civic or public interest advocacy organization involved in budgetary matters)

Paul Wachtel
Stern School of Business, New York University
(current or former chair of a graduate economics department of a university in New York City)

Nancy Wackstein, Vice-Chair
United Neighborhood Houses of New York
(current or former officer of a human services advocacy organization)

Gregg Walker
SONY, USA
(current or former officer of a business corporation)

 

Videos of IBO Advisory Board Meetings

September 15, 2014 Advisory Board Meeting

The Advisory Board's primary responsibility to is to screen and recommend candidates for the IBO director, who is selected for a four–year term by a special committee composed of the Comptroller, the Public Advocate, a Borough President chosen by the Borough Presidents, and a Council Member chosen by the Council. The Advisory Board also recommends candidates to fill Advisory Board vacancies, and members serve as informal advisors to the IBO. The Advisory Board currently meets about three times a year; the meetings typically include discussions of city fiscal conditions and briefings by IBO staff.

Advisory Board members are appointed for five-year terms by the Public Advocate and the City Comptroller. The City Charter spells out in detail the qualifications for Advisory Board members; abbreviated descriptions of the qualifications are shown below (affiliations are indicated for identification purposes only).