Anna M O'Connell

Summary

Anna M O'Connell earned $75,000 in 2017 as a Senior Public Service Administr for Illinois Department On Aging.

O'Connell earned more than 58.58% of employees in Illinois Department On Aging.

Other Senior Public Service Administrs at Illinois Department On Aging

Name Position Salary Start Date
Pamela M Orr Senior Public Service Administr $109,600 N/A
Elizabeth Delheimer Senior Public Service Administr $100,400 N/A
Theresa M Mckeon Senior Public Service Administr $100,200 N/A
Jennifer L Reif Senior Public Service Administr $96,200 N/A
Sandra D Leith Senior Public Service Administr $94,800 N/A
Lora J Mccurdy Senior Public Service Administr $93,600 N/A
Lauren F Shiliga Senior Public Service Administr $92,300 N/A
Lois M Moorman Senior Public Service Administr $86,500 N/A
David Weibring Senior Public Service Administr $84,500 N/A
Jose C Jimenez Senior Public Service Administr $83,900 N/A
Michael P Cullen Senior Public Service Administr $83,000 N/A
Rhonda R Armstead Senior Public Service Administr $82,500 N/A
Jamie M Freschi Senior Public Service Administr $82,300 N/A
Michael K Berkes Senior Public Service Administr $75,900 N/A
Michael C Dropka Senior Public Service Administr $67,600 N/A
Desirey D Ackermann Senior Public Service Administr $65,600 N/A
Janet K Dobrinsky Senior Public Service Administr $63,700 N/A
Jennifer E Stevens Senior Public Service Administr $55,000 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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