Benitra R Danner

Summary

Benitra R Danner earned $74,987 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Genevieve Melody School. Danner had worked in this position since October 29, 2007.

Danner earned more than 66.10% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Genevieve Melody School.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Genevieve Melody School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Westley W Johnson Regular Teacher $93,598 11-01-1993
Elizabeth C Triplett Regular Teacher $92,112 09-02-1991
Michelle Evyonne Washington Regular Teacher $91,712 09-15-1997
Marcia Yvette Grinnard-Davis Regular Teacher $91,339 05-09-1988
Delores Branch Regular Teacher $90,128 05-24-1999
Tammy E Pike Regular Teacher $89,201 01-03-2000
Angela Denise Collins Regular Teacher $87,222 08-28-1996
Tyrone Covington Regular Teacher $86,736 09-27-1993
Natasha Gasich Regular Teacher $84,661 08-28-2002
Molly S Nelson Regular Teacher $59,975 08-25-2014
Andre Botello Regular Teacher $59,900 01-31-2012
Mikehia Alexander Regular Teacher $57,246 12-16-2013
Ryan T Richmond Regular Teacher $56,600 08-27-2012
Michelle Lo Regular Teacher $56,361 08-06-2012
Charise Roldan Regular Teacher $54,027 08-29-2016
Monica Crawford Regular Teacher $53,473 08-31-2015
Arizona J Miller Regular Teacher $51,631 10-13-2015
Samantha L Mccarthy Regular Teacher $34,480 01-07-2013
Juanita E Marquez Regular Teacher $19,934 08-28-2017
Alison Stroczkowski Regular Teacher $19,668 08-27-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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