MISSION


To provide clients with an ethical and cost-effective means for maximizing revenues by making the most efficient use of resources available to their business office and special education operations.

About Us

Management Advisory Group of NY (known also as MAG) is comprised of a team of seasoned professionals with a variety of experience in education and business management.  Founded in 1994, MAG has continued to provide superior service to its clients as our team of dedicated professionals works with them to make sure they are getting the quality service that has come to be expected from MAG.  All this while offering an ever-growing list of services has helped MAG grow to service over 200 clients.

 

"No one understands the pressures of New York State school districts better than MAG NY.  As the volume, diversity and complexity of school finances continues to increase, no one individual can know everything.  MAG NY uses a team approach with experts in each area brought to bear on every problem."


Dr. Timothy P. Clay, Chairman Of The Board

 

Management Advisory Group of NY Executive Team

Aimee Skiff, President and Chief Executive Officer of Management Advisory Group of NY, Inc, assumed ownership of the company in 2009 after fifteen years of service in a variety of capacities within the organization.

 

In addition to her management responsibilities at MAG, Mrs. Skiff provides a number of consulting services to school districts, including assistance with the completion of the annual ST-3 and supporting schedules, district treasurer and payroll duties, and projection of fund balance.  She also conducts state aid reviews, training for district staff, and efficiency studies of various operational areas of school districts.

 


Timothy P. Clay, Ed.D. assumed the role of Chairman of the Board for Management Advisory Group of NY, Inc., in January 2010. Prior to that, he led the organization as President and CEO since its inception in 1994.

 

Dr. Clay has had a lifetime career in education, beginning in 1970 as a Science teacher at Bishop Scully High School, Amsterdam, New York until his retirement in 1994 as Superintendent of Schools at Hoosick Falls Central School District in Hoosick Falls, New York. Over these twenty-five years, Dr. Clay also served in a number of districts as a teacher, principal, business administrator, superintendent of schools and BOCES associate district superintendent.