Anna Marie Mullin

Summary

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

Name Position Salary Start Date
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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