Careda Taylor


Careda Taylor earned $36,735 in 2017 as a Retired Administrator for Chicago Public Schools Principal Quality. Taylor had worked in this position since November 10, 1996.

Taylor earned more than 41.54% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Principal Quality.

Other Retired Administrators at Chicago Public Schools Principal Quality

Name Position Salary Start Date
Delena Little Retired Administrator $240,980 01-04-1982
Susan Josephine Kukielka Retired Administrator $141,929 09-07-1992
Betty Smith Retired Administrator $41,560 09-21-2006
Melver Lee Scott Retired Administrator $41,522 11-08-1971
Denise Michelle Gamble Retired Administrator $35,617 09-01-1980
Louisea Storey Retired Administrator $29,603 09-06-1976
Johnetta James Retired Administrator $29,436 09-01-1975
Rita Maria Ortiz Retired Administrator $28,657 09-22-1986
Gwendolyn Ann Mims Retired Administrator $26,813 12-05-1975
Donna Jean Newton-French Retired Administrator $26,130 09-01-1985
Joyce Nakamura Retired Administrator $23,199 12-01-1981
Andrew Joseph Tinich Retired Administrator $20,867 09-06-1976
Sakinah Abdal-Saboor Retired Administrator $18,596 02-05-1990
Joyce Ann Booker-Thomas Retired Administrator $15,603 08-28-1996
Rae Brunson Smith Retired Administrator $9,584 01-30-1978
Elizabeth Gonzalez Retired Administrator $7,614 11-29-1977
Christine Arroyo Retired Administrator $3,491 02-15-1988
Martha Elisa Rosa-Salgado Retired Administrator $2,747 02-24-1981

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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