Assuming you've enabled access to the postgres database then the following tables will provide the various bits of info I think you'll need
select su.id, su.name, l.id, l.name, su.admin_level, s.id, s.name
from users u
inner join licensing_roles l on l.id = u.licensing_role_id
inner join system_users su on su.id = u.system_user_id
inner join sites s on u.site_id = s.id
There are dedicated fields that indicate if you're site admin as well as the role you'll have. Eg in our site, I'm system admin and the above query will report that my role is ID 2 = Interactor, but su.admin_level = 10 which inidcates I'm a system admin. I don't have a multi site set up so don't know the screen you're referring to, but I'm guessing, I'd report as system admin rather than interactor.
Hopefully the above will at least give you a starting point to write a relevant query over.