Irma Anaya-Villa

Summary

Irma Anaya-Villa earned $73,500 in 2017 as an Administrative Assistant Ii for Illinois Department Of Public Health.

Anaya-Villa earned more than 43.46% of employees in Illinois Department Of Public Health.

Other Administrative Assistant Iis at Illinois Department Of Public Health

Name Position Salary Start Date
Tammy A Moomey Administrative Assistant Ii $86,100 N/A
Rosemarie Karim Administrative Assistant Ii $85,100 N/A
Sandra K Justice Administrative Assistant Ii $83,900 N/A
Betty J Bostwick Administrative Assistant Ii $81,600 N/A
Sharon D Morris Administrative Assistant Ii $81,300 N/A
Theresa L Bright Administrative Assistant Ii $80,700 N/A
Sarah A Hagaman Administrative Assistant Ii $80,600 N/A
Debra K Perry Administrative Assistant Ii $78,900 N/A
Kevin E Fargusson Administrative Assistant Ii $76,000 N/A
Marcia K Hollins Administrative Assistant Ii $75,300 N/A
Elaine M Huddleston Administrative Assistant Ii $66,900 N/A
Tena M Horton Administrative Assistant Ii $57,700 N/A
Leona L Juhl Administrative Assistant Ii $53,000 N/A
Darla D Willis Administrative Assistant Ii $52,700 N/A
Estrelitta L Harmon Administrative Assistant Ii $18,400 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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