Michael Carmody

Summary

Michael Carmody earned $180,037 in 2017 as a General Administrator Or General Supervisor for Palatine Ccsd 15.

Carmody earned more than 88.00% of employees in Palatine Ccsd 15.

Other General Administrator Or General Supervisors at Palatine Ccsd 15

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lisa R Nuss General Administrator Or General Supervisor $164,000 N/A
Adam R Palmer General Administrator Or General Supervisor $143,582 N/A
Thomas A Edgar General Administrator Or General Supervisor $133,000 N/A
Corey M Bultemeier General Administrator Or General Supervisor $123,767 N/A
Susan D Arndt General Administrator Or General Supervisor $98,929 N/A
Laura J Swanlund General Administrator Or General Supervisor $96,636 N/A
Ann M Cygnar General Administrator Or General Supervisor $94,095 N/A
Katherine C Jackson General Administrator Or General Supervisor $93,636 N/A
Colleen M Seick General Administrator Or General Supervisor $85,606 N/A
Kelly K Olivero General Administrator Or General Supervisor $83,141 N/A
Benicia M Colon General Administrator Or General Supervisor $80,000 N/A
Kelly J Mollenhauer General Administrator Or General Supervisor $75,278 N/A
Adrienne Brown Bailey General Administrator Or General Supervisor $75,000 N/A
Kyle V Mokakos General Administrator Or General Supervisor $74,282 N/A
Matthew S Weidman General Administrator Or General Supervisor $69,581 N/A
Paul M Budin General Administrator Or General Supervisor $56,816 N/A
Lisa M Borre General Administrator Or General Supervisor $34,770 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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