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Payroll records obtained as part of the I-Team Payroll Project show CSU President Cynthia Jackson-Hammond was the only CSU employee who made more than $200,000 last year, which is far fewer than at other area schools such as Miami University and Wright State University.
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Hammond's compensation does not include an off-campus country club home she moved into last year that is being purchased by the university. Jackson-Hammond is not alone. An I-Team investigation last year found university presidents are the state's highest-paid employees living in publicly subsidized housing.
The highest-paid Central State employees in 2015:
1. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, President: $251,373
2. Charles Ford, Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs: $170,000
3. Daarel Burnette, Vice President for Administration and Finance and Chief Financial Officer: $155,000
4. Anthony Fairbanks, Vice President of Institutional Advancement: $129,272
5. Fidelis Ikem, Dean of College of Business: $125,000
6. Subramania Sritharan, Dean of College of Science & Engineering: $120,706
7. Rebecca Ertel, Associate Vice President Plan & Assessment: $110,691
8. Lovette Chinwah, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs: $108,000
9. Abayomi Ajayi-Majebi, Professor: $106,919
10. Augustus Morris, Associate Professor: $106,580
Go here for the searchable I-Team Payroll Project database of employees at Central State University and other local government agencies who were paid $50,000 or more in 2014 and 2015.