Barbara Imberger


Barbara Imberger earned $20,013 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School. Imberger had worked in this position since August 28, 2017.

Imberger earned more than 11.11% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School

Name Position Salary Start Date
David R Allison Regular Teacher $93,221 09-02-2004
Aleksandra Skorb Regular Teacher $92,032 01-23-1997
Sophia Milonas Regular Teacher $90,969 09-02-1991
Frances Ann Baldassone Regular Teacher $90,840 06-01-1992
Alexander James Carroll Regular Teacher $90,657 06-08-1995
Alexis Ursula Wagner Regular Teacher $90,400 09-12-1996
Amy Krell Cooley Regular Teacher $89,836 09-01-1994
Mary Erin Mccann-Stassen Regular Teacher $88,999 09-01-1994
Tamara Beth Morgan Regular Teacher $88,465 08-31-1998
Julie Nhi Huynh-Vien Regular Teacher $88,428 08-25-1997
Aimee Renee Jaszczor Regular Teacher $88,193 08-20-1998
Susan Marie Casey Regular Teacher $87,309 08-20-1998
Kathi Virginia Domio Regular Teacher $84,549 03-28-1991
Kathleen Louie Regular Teacher $84,549 08-25-1997
Laura Sullivan Regular Teacher $83,688 09-02-2004
Kevin Michael Karpa Regular Teacher $82,307 10-27-2003
Farah A Mahimwalla Regular Teacher $80,756 08-30-2006
Stephen Richard Twardowski Regular Teacher $70,978 02-19-2009
Mary E. Haskins Regular Teacher $56,941 11-21-2012
Christy Lee Dubay Regular Teacher $56,746 08-30-2006
James Quinlan Regular Teacher $54,440 02-14-2013
Armando Rodriguez Regular Teacher $54,378 07-02-2007
Mark Calcagno Regular Teacher $50,119 08-31-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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