The top-ranking women 

Arkansas’s Highest Paid Female State Employees NAME TITLE DEPARTMENT SALARY Shamim Malik Psychiatric specialist Correction $140,902 Linda K. Parker Psychiatric specialist Human Services $140,902 Gail H. Stone Personnel director Public Employee Retirement System $127,600 Marianna G. Pardue Physician specialist Office of Rehab Services $125,736 Linda L. Beene Director Higher Education $125,679 Sandra L. Snow Physician specialist Health $123,029 Jennifer Dillaha Physician specialist Health $123,029 Mary D. Thomas General physician Human Services $120,453 Iram Bakhtawar Physician specialist Health $119,901 Alice Kay Davidson Medical consultant Disability Determination $118,007 Denise L. Capel Chief physician specialist Office of Rehab Services $115,357 Susan Manley Medical consultant Disability Determination $112,756 Claire M. Bailey Director Information Systems $112,371 M.B. Ferguson Deputy legislative auditor Legislative Audit $106,872 Anita Murrell SBS director Arkansas Building Authority $105,092 Julie B. Bowman State insurance commissioner Insurance $103,989 Brenda M. Turner Executive secretary Office of the Governor $102,962 Janie L. Huddleston Deputy director Human Services $102,367 Karen H. McKinney Workers’ compensation commissioner Workers’ Compensation Commission $102,073 Lenita I. Blasingame Actuary, life & health Insurance $100,739 Sandra L. Hochstetter Chairman Public Service Commission $100,695 Beth B. Carson Administrator, legal staff Legislative Council $99,102 Linda G. Gannaway Health bureau director Health $98,231 Crystal Cole Division head Highway and Transportation $96,044 Patricia T. Dahlgren Deputy director, mental health services Human Services $95,967 Joni Jones Deputy director, county operations Human Services $95,696 Nancy C. Jauernig Network engineer Information Systems $95,305 Karen J. Wheeler Assoc. director, academic affairs Higher Education $92,509 Tonya L. Russell Exec. director, early childhood commission Human Services $92,260 Donna K. Gray Chief of audits Public Service Commission $91,851 Suzanne Brabston Technical planning specialist Information Systems $91,801 Karla Wise Chief deputy state auditor State Auditor $91,044 Sandra E. Winston Executive director Workforce Investment Board $90,700 Sarah M. Bradshaw Tax division director Public Service Commission $87,862 Twana J. Porter State personnel administrator Finance and Administration $87,862 Janis L. Harrison Office of Administrative Services administrator Finance and Administration $87,862 Martha G. Hunt Revenue chief counsel DFA Revenue Services Division $87,862 Susan O. Sims Driver license administrator DFA Revenue Services Division $87,862 Martha S. Hiett Health Bureau director Health $87,862 Maria H. Jones Health Bureau director Health $87,862 Margaret Meads Chairman, Board of Review Employment Security $87,862 Sharon J. Robinette Assistant director, information and technology Employment Security $87,862 Sharon F. Dickerson Exec. director, state employee/ Finance and Administration $87,862 public service personnel board Candace Franks Bank assistant commissioner State Bank $87,633 Ruth A. Whitney Cheif of Staff Office of the Attorney General $87,517 Mary W. Cochran Chief counsel Public Service Commission $87,432 Christine B. Patterson Family planning director Health $87,417 Peggy Gram Chief deputy Secretary of State $87,410 Brenda G. Germann Director Board of Private Career Education $86,785 Leigh A. Biernat Deputy director Development Finance Authority $86,632 Layne L. Anderson Deputy director Development Finance Authority $86,632 Sara O. Moore Deputy director Development Finance Authority $86,632


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