Carolyn F Heyward

Summary

Carolyn F Heyward earned $23,885 in 2017 as a School Clerk Assistant for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins. Heyward had worked in this position since February 07, 1996.

Heyward earned more than 83.72% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins.

Other School Clerk Assistants at Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins

Name Position Salary Start Date
Beth Ann Hickey School Clerk Assistant $28,389 09-14-1993
Mayela Carrasquillo School Clerk Assistant $25,085 09-08-1999
Selina A Thompson School Clerk Assistant $24,157 07-15-2005
Hermila Garcia School Clerk Assistant $22,637 11-10-2011
Kelly Ann Hopp School Clerk Assistant $21,925 01-16-1995
Erika Hernandez School Clerk Assistant $21,790 09-21-2005
Lucila Perez School Clerk Assistant $21,323 01-17-2014
Tanesha O'Neal School Clerk Assistant $21,092 09-16-2014
Miriam Perez School Clerk Assistant $19,901 12-10-2014
Shana S. Smith School Clerk Assistant $5,630 03-08-2010
Clarese Dixon School Clerk Assistant $200 11-02-2015
Jean M Slattery School Clerk Assistant $200 08-27-2012
Cindy Lou Erenberg School Clerk Assistant $200 09-01-1994
Davaughna Carruthers School Clerk Assistant $200 08-20-2014
Petra Monique Porter School Clerk Assistant $200 03-20-1995
Nyvia Lisandra Crespo School Clerk Assistant $200 03-21-2005
Anna Z Swiatek School Clerk Assistant $200 03-01-2004
Crystal Dawn Fair School Clerk Assistant $200 10-16-2008

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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