Janice Deberry


Janice Deberry earned $23,004 in 2017 as a Teacher Assistant for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins. Deberry had worked in this position since August 25, 1997.

Deberry earned more than 80.73% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins.

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

Name Position Salary Start Date
Nancy Lynn Czerwinski Teacher Assistant $24,740 04-08-1991
Joy B Betts Teacher Assistant $24,150 02-02-1998
Iriseli Chavolla Teacher Assistant $20,221 01-13-2009
Esther Enriquez Teacher Assistant $19,146 01-29-1996
Nancy Martinez Teacher Assistant $19,097 01-18-2012
Rodrick Murdock Teacher Assistant $19,033 08-31-2011
Adriana Arce Teacher Assistant $17,792 09-12-2016
Martyna Jedrzejewska Teacher Assistant $17,140 08-26-2014
Juell Reynolds Teacher Assistant $15,016 04-11-2016
Viviana Torres Teacher Assistant $14,790 09-18-2014
Natalie N Ochoa Teacher Assistant $14,743 08-30-2006
Kimberly Henry Teacher Assistant $14,553 08-27-2003
Alice M Puszkiewicz Teacher Assistant $14,333 01-14-1997
Samia Ahmed Teacher Assistant $13,756 02-13-2017
Sharonda D Sisney Teacher Assistant $6,918 06-19-2011
Michele O Johnson Teacher Assistant $6,673 04-17-2017
Diane M Hoffenberg Teacher Assistant $5,897 08-23-2011
Linda Susan Cruz Teacher Assistant $1,193 08-04-1999
Francisca Munoz Teacher Assistant $737 10-31-1994
Jennifer L Maxie Teacher Assistant $200 10-04-2007
Josefina Ramirez Teacher Assistant $200 10-31-1986
Jaime Zabel Teacher Assistant $200 02-04-2016
Takena Meshelle Lemons Teacher Assistant $200 02-22-1999
Karen Alcantara Teacher Assistant $200 02-03-2014
Patricia S Musillami Teacher Assistant $200 05-27-2014
Keith P. Conway Teacher Assistant $200 09-10-2012
Patricia Ann Martin Teacher Assistant $6 01-16-1995

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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