White House’s Top 21 Raises 2010-2011: As Obama Threatens Seniors And Military With Their Pay

Matthew Vogel, Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, Salary Increase: $71,400 to $130,500;  Increase of $59,100; 83% Increase.

Heather Zichal, Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy & Climate Change: $100,000 to $140,000; Increase of $40,000; 40% Increase.

Kevin Lewis, Director of African-American Media: $42,000 to $78,000; Increase of $36,000; 86% Increase.

Elizabeth Olsen, Special Assistant to the President & Director of Presidential Correspondence: $76,500 to $110,000; Increase of $33,500; 44% Increase.

Jessica Wright, Deputy Asst to the President & Director of Scheduling: $96,900 to $130,000; Increase of $33,100; Increase of 34%.

Lauren Paige, Special Asst to the President & Director of Message Planning: $62,000 to $95,000; Increase of $33,000; 53% Increase.

Elizabeth Nelson, Deputy Director of Scheduling: $45,900 to $75,000; Increase of $29,100; 63% Increase.

Ashley Tate-Gilmore, Director of Travel Office: $45,900 to $75,000; Increase of $29,100; 63% Increase.

Carlos Monje, Jr., Special Assistant to the President & Chief of Staff of the Domestic Policy Council: $91,800 to $120,000; Increase of $28,200; 31% Increase.

David Cusack, Deputy Assistant to the President & Director of Advance & Operations: $102,000 to $130,000; Increase of $28,000; 27% Increase.

Kimberley Harris, Deputy Assistant to the President & Deputy Counsel to the President: $130,500 to $158,500; Increase of $28,000; 21% Increase.

Jonathan Samuels, Dep Asst to the President for Legislative Affairs & House Liaison: $130,500 to $158,500; Increase of $28,000; 21%.

Thomas Vietor, Senior Director & National Security Staff Spokesman: $78,000 to $105,000; Increase of $27,000; 35% Increase.

Frederico Gardaphe, Deputy Director: $50,000 to $75,000; Increase of $25,000; 50% Increase.

Denis McDonough, Asst to the President & Dep Natl Security Advisor: $147,500 to $172,200; Increase of $24,700; 17% Increase.

Johanna Maska, Dep Director of Advance & Director of Press Advance: $56,100 to $80,000; Increase of $23,900; 43% Increase.

Kwesi Cobbina, Chief of Staff, Office of Legislative Affairs: $42,000 to $65,000; Increase of $23,000; 55% Increase.

Semonti Stephens, Deputy Communications Director: $53,550 to $75,000; Increase of $21,450; 40% Increase.

Amanda Anderson, Senior Legislative Affairs Advisor: $60,000 to $80,000; Increase of $20,000; 33% Increase.

Stacy Koo, Deputy Chief of Staff for Presidential Personnel: $55,000 to $75,000; Increase of $20,000; 36% Increase.

Andrea Turk, Director of Information Services: $50,000 to $70,000; Increase of $20,000; 40% Increase.

It seems Barack Obama and his staff are living the good life as he threatens senior citizens, Military, and students with their pay. How dare he?

 

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Born-again Christian Zionist; Conservative/Tea Partier; Chippewa; pro-Constitution; anti-Sharia; proud of all who dare to fight for freedom; support our troops; dedicated to restoring America; happy to know Jesus!
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One Response to White House’s Top 21 Raises 2010-2011: As Obama Threatens Seniors And Military With Their Pay

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