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James Donovon, UH athletic director
Donovan took a 7 percent pay cut in July.
Greg McMackin, UH head football coach
When McMackin was hired in January 2008, his almost $1.1 million salary—a combination of taxpayer dollars and private donations—made him the state’s highest-paid employee.
Dave Shoji, UH head women’s volleyball coach
$53,820 to $107,640
Charlie Wade, UH head men’s volleyball coach
The UH Athletic Department would only provide a range for Wade’s position.
$50,712 to $80,676
Ronn Miyashiro, UH head men’s golf coach
The UH Athletic Department would only provide a range for Miyashiro’s position.
$25 to $35 per hour
Personal trainer, Honolulu Club.
This doesn’t include monthly bonuses.
Honolulu average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
$9.50 to $11 an hour
Ocean safety guide, Hans Hedemann Surf School.
Guides get in the water with students but don’t instruct.
$125 per day for three two-hour lessons
Licensed surfing instructor, Hans Hedemann Surf School
Ocean safety guides and instructors must have lifeguard and CPR licenses.
M.R.C. Greenwood, UH president.
This reflects a 10 percent pay cut in August 2009.
Virginia Hinshaw, UH Manoa chancellor
This reflects a pay cut in August 2009.
Aviam Soifer, dean of the UH William S. Richardson School of Law
Paula Mochida, the interim UH librarian
Chatt Wright, Hawaii
Pacific University president, provided by Guidestar.com.
$69,996 to $233,328
UH professor. This is the salary range of a full, 9-month-appointment professor, not including those who teach law or medicine. It also reflects a 6.6 percent pay reduction set this January.
$69,996 to $104,603
UH community college professor This is the salary range of a full, 9-month appointment professor. It also reflects a 6.6 percent pay reduction set this January.
Kamehameha Schools trustee
Diane Plotts, chair of the Board of Trustees, Kamehameha Schools
Betty White, headmaster, Sacred Hearts Academy
$36,591 to $69,235
Teacher, Sacred Hearts Academy