Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 16

SALARY NAME Position
$370,475.04 paid in 2014 SHELDON LEVY President
Ryerson University
$366,223.54 paid in 2014 WENDY CUKIER Vice President, Research and Innovation
Ryerson University
$349,999.96 paid in 2014 MOHAMED LACHEMI Provost and Vice President Academic
Ryerson University
$338,766.60 paid in 2014 ADAM KAHAN Vice President, University Advancement
Ryerson University
$306,589.72 paid in 2014 JULIA HANIGSBERG Vice President, Administration and Finance
Ryerson University
$232,600.97 paid in 2014 PAUL STENTON Deputy Provost and Vice President University Planning
Ryerson University
$229,874.75 paid in 2014 AMY CASEY Executive Director, Office of the Provost and Vice President Academic
Ryerson University
$223,434.81 paid in 2014 JANICE WINTON Vice President, Administration and Finance
Ryerson University
$221,450.04 paid in 2014 CHRISTINA SASS-KORTSAK Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
Ryerson University
$209,894.33 paid in 2014 ERIN MCGINN Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Ryerson University
$202,395.00 paid in 2014 DENISE GREEN Assistant Vice President and Vice Provost, Equity Diversity and Inclusion
Ryerson University
$178,868.86 paid in 2014 RIVI FRANKLE Assistant Vice President, Development
Ryerson University
$177,154.89 paid in 2014 TYLER FORKES Assistant Vice President, Alumni Relations
Ryerson University
$173,697.84 paid in 2014 MARY NG Executive Director, President's Office
Ryerson University
$155,578.93 paid in 2014 LARISSA ALLEN Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
Ryerson University
$130,611.21 paid in 2014 PINOO BINDHANI Executive Director, Vice President Administration and Finance
Ryerson University
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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.

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