Highest-Paid Employees of the Commission on Civil Rights

$90,340.38 AVERAGE PAY

This table shows the top-earning Federal employees of the Commission on Civil Rights in 2006, based on OPM data (base salary + bonuses).

The majority of these top-earning employees work in District Of Columbia.

Some employee names may be withheld by the OPM or individual agencies.
Rank Name Occupation Total Pay Location
1 K L. Marcus Program Management $152,000 DC
2 Michael J. Yaki Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 CA
3 Abigail Thernstrom Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 MA
4 Ashley L. Jr Taylor Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 VA
5 Gerard A. Reynolds Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 MO
6 Peter N. Kirsanow Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 OH
7 Arlan D. Melendez Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 NV
8 J C. Braceras Civil Rights Analysis $143,001 MA
9 C D. Davis Civil Rights Analysis $143,000 IL
10 Debra A. Carr Miscellaneous Administration And Program $142,700 DC
11 Ii J. F Dulles Civil Rights Analysis $142,142 CO
12 Ivy Davis Civil Rights Analysis $139,774 DC
13 Name Withheld by the OPM General Attorney $139,774
14 Emma Gonzalez Joy General Attorney $137,877 DC
15 Tinalouise Nmn Martin Miscellaneous Administration And Program $118,272 DC
16 Peter Minarik Civil Rights Analysis $108,835 GA
17 Name Withheld by the OPM Budget Analysis $107,521
18 T V. Pilla Civil Rights Analysis $105,415 CA
19 S C. Macdougall Social Science $100,554 DC
20 Eileen E. Rudert Social Science $100,554 DC
21 Myrna Hernandez Human Resources Management $97,976 DC
22 Margaret A. Butler Civil Rights Analysis $97,976 DC
23 Pamela Ann Dunston Support Services Administration $97,500 DC
24 Malee V. Craft Civil Rights Analysis $97,014 CO
25 Farella Esta Robinson Civil Rights Analysis $96,292 KS
26 Name Withheld by the OPM Human Resources Management $91,407
27 Christopher G. Byrnes General Attorney $91,407 DC
28 David J. Mussatt Civil Rights Analysis $90,388 IL
29 B A. Quarterman General Attorney $90,242 DC
30 Barbara J. Delaviez Civil Rights Analysis $87,664 DC
31 Michele Y. Ramey Information Technology Management $87,664 DC
32 Manuel Rafael Alba Social Science $85,086 DC
33 Maha Jweied General Attorney $84,559 DC
34 Kimberly M. Schuld Miscellaneous Administration And Program $84,283 TX
35 B J. Fontana Librarian $80,223 DC
36 Name Withheld by the OPM Miscellaneous Administration And Program $79,931 DC
37 Richard S. Schmechel Miscellaneous Administration And Program $77,353 DC
38 Audrey H. Wright Miscellaneous Administration And Program $75,887 DC
39 Latrice Downing Foshee Civil Rights Analysis $61,510 DC
40 D E. Horne General Attorney $54,272 DC
41 Vanessa C. Williamson Library Technician $52,794 DC
42 G Hernandez Secretary $49,973 CA
43 Carolyn Allen Secretary $47,889 IL
44 Alfreda E. Greene Secretary $46,447 DC
45 J Daniels Secretary $45,648 KS
46 H U. Aguziie Budget Analysis $44,856 DC
47 Evelyn S. Bohor Secretary $44,748 CO
48 Janice M. Minor Human Resources Management $44,672 DC
49 Angelica Trevino Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $40,348 CA
50 Dorothy Pearson Canty Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $36,513 DC
51 Teresa M. Brooks Secretary $36,299 DC
52 Corrine Nmn Sanders Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $35,911 KS
53 Ranita D. Carter Miscellaneous Clerk And Assistant $33,000 DC
54 Michelle Royster Secretary $32,565 DC
55 Jr K. L Golden Civil Rights Analysis $28,999 GA

Data Sources

The information provided on these pages is sourced from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI) dataset. Postal Service data is managed exclusively by the USPS . All information is displayed unmodified and as provided by the source agency.

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