Patricia Pagan


Patricia Pagan earned $103,385 in 2017 as a Professional Iv for Chicago Public Schools Diverse Learner Supt&Svcs. Pagan had worked in this position since May 08, 2006.

Pagan earned more than 75.00% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Diverse Learner Supt&Svcs.

Other Professional Ivs at Chicago Public Schools Diverse Learner Supt&Svcs

Name Position Salary Start Date
Robin L Bruscato Professional Iv $108,502 11-30-2000
Carolyn Denise Franklin Professional Iv $108,308 09-07-1992
Niekema Quintina Hudson Professional Iv $105,846 08-31-2005
Leretha Renell Thomas Professional Iv $105,846 11-27-1995
Jordan Owens Professional Iv $95,655 03-02-2010
Daphne Perry Professional Iv $95,581 08-29-2007
Tamia Liltrice West Professional Iv $94,150 09-05-2008
Brittany Martin Professional Iv $93,650 09-02-2009
Alia Kristina Koertner Professional Iv $93,254 09-26-2008
Tara Yvette Bailey Professional Iv $90,844 08-31-1998
Cynthia A Sanders Professional Iv $87,926 06-12-1997
Linda Elaine Clay Professional Iv $84,625 12-12-1994
Linda Wyatt Clarke Professional Iv $74,008 09-01-1986
James Boland Professional Iv $72,692 10-03-2016
Yvonne Guerrero Professional Iv $69,648 07-27-2005
Archia L Lucas Professional Iv $66,319 08-06-2001
Katie Ilijic Professional Iv $63,692 02-16-2017
Erin M Miller Professional Iv $36,923 08-27-2012
Seema Kumrah Professional Iv $33,301 08-13-2015
Alejandro Guzman Professional Iv $12,923 09-01-2010

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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