Sandra Lee Kurby

Summary

Sandra Lee Kurby earned $24,788 in 2017 as a Pt Codaa Lecturer for College of DuPage.

Kurby earned more than 70.37% of employees in College of DuPage.

Other Pt Codaa Lecturers at College of DuPage

Name Position Salary Start Date
Marliene Tobin Pt Codaa Lecturer $38,144 N/A
Adam C Beemer Pt Codaa Lecturer $38,015 N/A
Elizabeth A Murphy Pt Codaa Lecturer $34,451 N/A
Roger Joseph Nelson Pt Codaa Lecturer $32,882 N/A
Ronald E Nelson Pt Codaa Lecturer $32,447 N/A
Carol Ann Carlson-Nofsinger Pt Codaa Lecturer $32,347 N/A
Wesley James Solether Pt Codaa Lecturer $32,049 N/A
Mirela Mehmeti Pt Codaa Lecturer $31,220 N/A
Regina F Larusso Pt Codaa Lecturer $31,086 N/A
Susan M Frankson Pt Codaa Lecturer $30,761 N/A
Irena Fridlender Pt Codaa Lecturer $30,242 N/A
Stella M Styrczula Pt Codaa Lecturer $30,168 N/A
Jessica Lynn Rangel Pt Codaa Lecturer $29,747 N/A
Maria J Zalejski Pt Codaa Lecturer $29,690 N/A
Gail N Kaplan Pt Codaa Lecturer $29,564 N/A
Annette E Barker Pt Codaa Lecturer $29,303 N/A
Eric Jason J Tan Pt Codaa Lecturer $29,008 N/A
Melissa Angie Conger Pt Codaa Lecturer $28,676 N/A
Itri Papanikolla Pt Codaa Lecturer $28,310 N/A
Amy Lynn Kakkuri Pt Codaa Lecturer $27,743 N/A
Aaron D Bartolome Pt Codaa Lecturer $27,585 N/A
Sherrie S Henry Pt Codaa Lecturer $27,328 N/A
Sandra M Wagner Pt Codaa Lecturer $27,031 N/A
Kristen C Mitchell Pt Codaa Lecturer $26,615 N/A
Ann Marie Llewellyn Pt Codaa Lecturer $25,704 N/A
Johnson Lawrence Pt Codaa Lecturer $23,969 N/A
Mary Ruth Perley Pt Codaa Lecturer $3,336 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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