Jonelle Diane Brent

Summary

Jonelle Diane Brent earned $129,600 in 2017 as a Contractual Worker for Illinois Department Of Innovation And Technology.

Brent earned more than 94.34% of employees in Illinois Department Of Innovation And Technology.

Other Contractual Workers at Illinois Department Of Innovation And Technology

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sreedharan Govi Nair Contractual Worker $174,400 N/A
Ronald M Fiala Contractual Worker $159,600 N/A
Kimberly K Watson Contractual Worker $158,800 N/A
Kerry L Wycoff Contractual Worker $120,000 N/A
James J Bean Contractual Worker $119,400 N/A
Matthew F Phelps Contractual Worker $109,600 N/A
Michael D Knauer Contractual Worker $98,700 N/A
Jennifer K Thinnes Contractual Worker $97,100 N/A
Jennifer L Rominger Contractual Worker $85,300 N/A
Johnny Lee Cox Contractual Worker $78,200 N/A
Stephanie J Fuller Contractual Worker $76,200 N/A
Steven W Nation Contractual Worker $64,700 N/A
Gayle Marie Finigan Contractual Worker $64,300 N/A
Barbara Livingston Contractual Worker $53,200 N/A
Cynthia G Hitchcock Contractual Worker $46,400 N/A
John K Nicholson Contractual Worker $29,900 N/A
Alex Dudley Contractual Worker $27,500 N/A
Patricia K Smith Contractual Worker $15,700 N/A
Joshua Micha Magowan Contractual Worker $6,400 N/A
Carla J Chandler Contractual Worker $4,000 N/A
Steven M Zoelzer Contractual Worker $2,600 N/A
Jeanean Davis Contractual Worker $2,100 N/A
Kelli E Finley Contractual Worker $1,200 N/A
John Christop Larkin Contractual Worker $1,000 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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