Anna Marie Mullin
Anna Marie Mullin earned $70,833 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Albert G Lane Tech High School. Mullin had worked in this position since August 05, 2009.
Mullin earned more than 58.05% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Albert G Lane Tech High School.
Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Albert G Lane Tech High School
|David E Yaffe||Special Education Teacher||$107,669||08-28-2002|
|Kristopher Jon Roof||Special Education Teacher||$101,283||08-28-2002|
|Tara Elizabeth Carroll||Special Education Teacher||$100,742||08-29-2007|
|Dan C O'Donnell||Special Education Teacher||$98,138||08-17-2000|
|Mirjana Sendi O'Hara||Special Education Teacher||$91,441||08-19-1999|
|Megan T Kaminski||Special Education Teacher||$87,729||08-29-2007|
|Kyriakos Katriadakis||Special Education Teacher||$80,854||08-30-2006|
|Jessica Ellen Richter||Special Education Teacher||$77,121||08-29-2007|
|Christina Lee Clemons||Special Education Teacher||$76,886||08-27-2008|
|Tiffany S Williams||Special Education Teacher||$74,136||08-31-2005|
|Christine L Sayers||Special Education Teacher||$65,939||02-19-2008|
|Jessica Sherwin||Special Education Teacher||$65,512||04-10-2015|
|Joan Noonan||Special Education Teacher||$62,240||10-25-2012|
|Gloria A. Rankin||Special Education Teacher||$58,010||08-27-2013|
|Sarah A Koncel||Special Education Teacher||$42,553||08-27-2012|
|Jennifer G Lee||Special Education Teacher||$38,094||01-12-2015|
|Kristin M Jones||Special Education Teacher||$31,043||01-13-2014|
|Nicholas Arvanitakis||Special Education Teacher||$19,402||08-28-2017|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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