Sherrie A. Senkfor

Summary

Sherrie A. Senkfor earned $131,198 in 2017 as an Unit Director - Director for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Senkfor earned more than 93.55% of employees in Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Other Unit Director - Directors at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Name Position Salary Start Date
V. John Caupert Jr. Unit Director - Director $142,417 N/A
Paul T. Fuligni Unit Director - Director $135,915 N/A
Michael J. Schultz Unit Director - Director $132,244 N/A
David Allen Heth Unit Director - Director $128,529 N/A
Daniel Holaday Chace Unit Director - Director $119,360 N/A
Todd C. Burrell Unit Director - Director $113,400 N/A
Kevin P. Schmoll Unit Director - Director $109,000 N/A
Nancy Jo Ufert Fairless Unit Director - Director $106,194 N/A
Jeremy D. Fuller Unit Director - Director $103,224 N/A
Phillip M. Brown Unit Director - Director $103,036 N/A
Sally Beth Mullen Unit Director - Director $95,000 N/A
Anthony Q. Langendorf Unit Director - Director $93,137 N/A
Paul W. Shetley Unit Director - Director $92,840 N/A
Riane B. Greenwalt Unit Director - Director $91,703 N/A
Mary Ettling Unit Director - Director $90,720 N/A
James R. Linsin Unit Director - Director $87,771 N/A
David Eugene Mcdonald Unit Director - Director $87,668 N/A
Dennis Wobbe Unit Director - Director $85,890 N/A
Kevin P. Thomas Unit Director - Director $85,000 N/A
Kelly J. Karnes Unit Director - Director $82,600 N/A
Keith Edwin Becherer Unit Director - Director $78,887 N/A
Susan M. Seibert Unit Director - Director $71,719 N/A
Phillip Andrew Pownall Unit Director - Director $68,134 N/A
Jessica Ann Ulrich Unit Director - Director $55,657 N/A
Robert Anthony Vanzo Unit Director - Director $40,200 N/A
Chad Martinez Unit Director - Director $4,600 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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