Ebonie Lewis earned $31,595 in 2017 as a Human Resources Analyst for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Human Resources. Lewis had worked in this position since June 28, 2017.
Lewis earned more than 57.58% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Human Resources.
Other Human Resources Analysts at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Human Resources
|Tove Powell||Human Resources Analyst||$103,665||02-26-2001|
|Cordelia Henry||Human Resources Analyst||$99,194||03-02-2005|
|Meghan Mclaughlin||Human Resources Analyst||$97,843||09-13-2004|
|Sukhari Shaw||Human Resources Analyst||$93,114||02-13-2008|
|Robin Felton||Human Resources Analyst||$92,693||10-27-2004|
|Gregory Fields||Human Resources Analyst||$88,843||06-02-2014|
|Melinda Williams||Human Resources Analyst||$86,985||03-05-2014|
|Stefanie Urian||Human Resources Analyst||$79,757||04-18-2016|
|Michael Moy||Human Resources Analyst||$74,835||11-16-2016|
|Cherise Henderson||Human Resources Analyst||$30,653||07-17-2017|
|Dustin Dessell||Human Resources Analyst||$18,649||09-18-2017|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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