Joi D Isreal

Summary

Joi D Isreal earned $22,728 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Davis Magnet School. Isreal had worked for this employer since August 24, 2002.

Isreal earned more than 21.88% of employees in Davis Magnet School.

Employment history for Joi D Isreal

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Regular Teacher $22,728 Not reported 08-24-2002 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Regular Teacher at Davis Magnet School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Michael Bryan McKinney Regular Teacher $97,083 08-28-2002
Christeen Lynette Brown Regular Teacher $92,142 11-15-1993
La Shaun Gaynelle Woodland Regular Teacher $88,359 02-26-1990
Tasha D Henderson Regular Teacher $86,642 08-22-2008
Nathaniel D. Swopes Regular Teacher $74,978 01-07-2011
Emily N Nuttall Regular Teacher $61,399 01-30-2012
Kendra J. Fant Regular Teacher $59,808 08-27-2008
Elizabeth Nicole Paige Regular Teacher $56,705 01-21-2002
Alexis D Curington Regular Teacher $54,956 03-09-2016
Alexandrea Rivera Regular Teacher $49,578 08-29-2016
Tiffany Renee Payne-Griffin Regular Teacher $41,151 08-17-2000
Erica N Lehr Regular Teacher $37,097 09-08-2015
Meliya Chappell Regular Teacher $36,080 03-25-2015
Ragan L. Mozee Regular Teacher $21,314 08-28-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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