Congress has passed a retro-active 1.4% pay raise for 2019 in addition to a locality increase and 6 new localities.

Highest-Paid Employees of the Commission on Civil Rights

$115,599.02 AVERAGE PAY
$4.86M TOTAL PAY

This table shows the top-earning Federal employees of the Commission on Civil Rights in 2017, 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 Tinalouise Nmn Martin Miscellaneous Administration And Program $167,900 DC
2 Maureen Elizabeth Rudolph General Attorney $163,400 DC
3 Ivy Davis Civil Rights Analysis $161,900 DC
4 Mauro A. Morales Program Management $155,705 DC
5 Patricia A. Timmons-Goodson Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
6 Karen K. Narasaki Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
7 Catherine E. Lhamon Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
8 Peter N. Kirsanow Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
9 Gail Heriot Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
10 Michael J. Yaki Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
11 Debo Adegbile Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
12 David Kladney Civil Rights Analysis $155,502
13 Pamela Ann Dunston Support Services Administration $153,730 DC
14 David J. Mussatt Program Management $149,044 IL
15 John A. Ratcliffe Budget Analysis $145,629 DC
16 Lenore S. Ostrowsky General Attorney $138,160 DC
17 Michele Y. Ramey Information Technology Management $130,692 DC
18 Alison E. Somin Miscellaneous Administration And Program $126,958 DC
19 Sheryl C. Cozart Miscellaneous Administration And Program $123,223 DC
20 Jason T. Lagria Miscellaneous Administration And Program $123,223 DC
21 Janice M. Minor Human Resources Management $120,074 DC
22 Jeffrey J. Hinton Civil Rights Analysis $117,019 GA
23 Irena Vidulovic Miscellaneous Administration And Program $115,755 DC
24 Amelia Anne Royce Miscellaneous Administration And Program $112,021 DC
25 Rukku Singla Miscellaneous Administration And Program $112,021 DC
26 Carissa Beth Mulder Miscellaneous Administration And Program $104,275 DC
27 Melissa M. Wojnaroski Civil Rights Analysis $97,763 IL
28 Sarale H. Sewell Social Science $94,796 DC
29 Brian T. Walch Public Affairs $93,008 DC
30 Latrice Downing Foshee Civil Rights Analysis $93,008 DC
31 Ana Victoria Fortes Civil Rights Analysis $88,194 CA
32 Lashonda Marie Brenson Civil Rights Analysis $84,243 DC
33 Juanda D. Smith Contracting $84,243 DC
34 Marik Xavier-Brier Civil Rights Analysis $68,727 DC
35 David Barreras Civil Rights Analysis $68,592 IL
36 Carolyn Allen Miscellaneous Administration And Program $64,010 IL
37 Angelica Trevino Support Services Administration $63,553 CA
38 Teresa Michelle Adams Equal Opportunity Assistance $62,303 DC
39 Robert Nii Amaah Amartey Budget Analysis $60,470 DC
40 Alfreda E. Greene Secretary $58,428 DC
41 Evelyn S. Bohor Support Services Administration $57,302 CO
42 Corrine Nmn Sanders Support Services Administration $51,774 KS

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.

Federal employee salaries are public information under open government laws (5 U.S.C. § 552). FederalPay provides this data in the interest of government transparency — employee data may not be used for commercial soliciting or vending of any kind. Learn more about the FederalPay Employees Dataset here.

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