Complete list of employees in Ryerson University who made the 2016 Sunshine List


Total result: 1,046

SALARY NAME POSITION
$131,185.84 paid in 2015 Andrew McWilliams Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$134,303.16 paid in 2015 Andrew Laursen Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$135,457.28 paid in 2015 Andrew D. Furman Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$100,950.00 paid in 2015 Andriy Miranskyy Assistant Professor
Ryerson University
$159,290.52 paid in 2015 Andy Gean Ye Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$132,072.79 paid in 2015 Angela Valeo Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$127,778.75 paid in 2015 Ann Whiteside Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Officer
Ryerson University
$142,582.32 paid in 2015 Ann Rauhala Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$214,161.07 paid in 2015 Ann Cavoukian Executive Director, Institute for Privacy and Big Data
Ryerson University
$123,283.80 paid in 2015 Anne McNeilly Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$155,304.65 paid in 2015 Anne Johnson Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$129,865.92 paid in 2015 Anne-Marie Lee-Loy Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$125,123.45 paid in 2015 Anne-Marie Singh Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$135,540.90 paid in 2015 Anne-Marie Brinsmead Program Director, Engineering and Architectural Science
Ryerson University
$107,391.12 paid in 2015 Annette Bailey Assistant Professor
Ryerson University
$174,262.44 paid in 2015 Annick Mitchell Professor
Ryerson University
$136,834.32 paid in 2015 Anthony Francescucci Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$130,643.79 paid in 2015 Anthony Kay Manager, Student Information System
Ryerson University
$127,063.13 paid in 2015 Anthony Hopkins Director, Career Development and Employment Partnerships
Ryerson University
$181,278.72 paid in 2015 Anthony Bonato Associate Dean
Ryerson University
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2016 Sunshine List: Ryerson University top earners

Every year Ontario government publishes its annual Sunshine List of public sector servants, which includes nurses, teachers, police officers, and firefighters, with six-figure salaries. In Ryerson University, 1,046 staffers made the list this year, earning a total salary of $152,882,266.61 in 2015.

At the top of the Sunshine List

Topping the list for Ryerson University was President Sheldon Levy who brought home $376,713.72 in 2015.

Following Sheldon Levy was Interim President Mohamed Lachemi, who had annual earnings of $355,039.55. Vice President, University Advancement Adam Kahan made $331,266.60, Vice President, Research and Innovation Wendy Cukier made $289,784.04 and Executive Lead, Capital Projects and Real Estate Elisabeth Stroback round out the top-five highest-paid employees with $287,498.79 for the Ryerson University 2016 Sunshine List.

Breaking down the numbers

Among the 1,046 Ryerson University's employees, who received more than six-figure salaries 138 received earnings between $100,000 and $110,000 followed by 478 who received between $110,001 and $150,000 , 367 received between $150,001 and $200,000 , 54 received between $200,001 and $250,000 , 5 received between $250,001 and $300,000 , 3 received over $300,000 at Ryerson University.

For a complete list of public sector employees who made the 2016 Sunshine List, go to Sunshine List 2016 Employees List. If you wish to analyse the list by employer go to Sunshine List 2016 Employers List.

The Sunshine List

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

In Ontario the Sunshine List was first published in 1996, by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris. Just 4,576 names appeared on the first list.

Data

All information presented in this website is based exclusively off the publicly released sunshine lsit available for download by the Government of each province: Ontario | British Columbia | Alberta