Diana Salgado

Summary

Diana Salgado earned $74,877 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Marvin Camras Elem School. Salgado had worked in this position since October 13, 2010.

Salgado earned more than 71.29% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Marvin Camras Elem School.

Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Marvin Camras Elem School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sylvia Alverio Bilingual Teacher $96,737 08-28-2002
Marilyn Enid Baez Bilingual Teacher $93,402 01-08-1996
Beth A Houghtby Bilingual Teacher $89,317 09-09-2002
Betsy Laureano-Valentin Bilingual Teacher $88,600 09-01-1994
Yesenia Rodriguez Bilingual Teacher $87,919 07-01-2002
Jennifer Wojcik Bilingual Teacher $82,880 08-27-2003
Jacquelyn Ann Cook Bilingual Teacher $81,345 08-29-2001
Delia Wyszkowski Bilingual Teacher $81,207 08-29-2007
Christine Michelle Cruz Bilingual Teacher $72,482 07-27-2009
Brian Christopher Calhoun Bilingual Teacher $70,953 01-30-2006
Damaris Velez Bilingual Teacher $66,877 08-28-2009
Carlos Aguilar Bilingual Teacher $64,721 08-25-2014
Angelique Gonzalez Bilingual Teacher $53,207 02-14-2006
Sandra J Espinoza Bilingual Teacher $24,913 05-25-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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