Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES) Positions - Sunshine List 2020

Total result: 12

SALARY NAME Position
$245,244.80 paid in 2019 Allison Pond President And Chief Executive Officer
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$166,506.90 paid in 2019 Yara Damasceno Chief Operating Officer
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$155,966.72 paid in 2019 Manjeet Dhiman Senior Vice President, Services And Strategic Initiatives
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$155,317.67 paid in 2019 Susan Sadler Senior Vice President, Services And Program Innovation
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$154,574.16 paid in 2019 Irene Sihvonen Senior Vice President, Service Excellence and Entrepreneurship
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$143,237.25 paid in 2019 Anita Carroll Vice President, Corporate and Donor Engagement
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$141,355.37 paid in 2019 Rajasiva Sivasubramaniam Vice President, Finance
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$127,343.65 paid in 2019 Lin Ai Senior Director, Information Technology
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$118,030.79 paid in 2019 Ada Wong Vice President, Marketing, Communications and Digital Strategies
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$116,624.10 paid in 2019 Marlene Mcgrath Vice President, Services and Program Administration
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$115,769.33 paid in 2019 Benjamin Mcnamee Senior Vice President, Business Intelligence and Data Governance
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
$101,100.41 paid in 2019 Suzana Belan Director, Service Excellence
Accessible Community Counselling And Employment Services (ACCES)
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