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Kaitlyn G. O'Hagan

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Kaitlyn G. O’Hagan is an experienced quantitative researcher studying K-12 education policy and finance. She recieved her PhD in Public Administration from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, where she was an IES-PIRT fellowKaitlyn is currently a Senior Analyst at the New York City Independent Budget Office (IBO), where she manages research projects on school finance, school infastructure, and other education policy topics.

 

Prior to her gruaduate studies at NYU, Kaitlyn was a Senior Financial Analyst at the New York City Council, where she was responsible for analyzing and reporting on the City’s $33 billion Department of Education expense budget and the $50 billion citywide capital budget, as well as overseeing Council-funded education initiatives totaling over $30 million. She also managed a study of the City’s school planning and siting process that resulted in a March 2018 report, Planning to Learn: The School Building Challenge, and a package of related legislation passed by the Council in fall 2018. Before her work in the Council’s Finance Division, Kaitlyn served as Budget Director for a Council Member in the Bronx and a government relations assistant at a top-10 NYC lobbying firm.

 
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