Jennifer Hagstrom

Summary

Jennifer Hagstrom earned $18,571 in 2017 as a Cts Group Ex Inst for Elmhurst Park District. Hagstrom had worked in this position since January 14, 2002.

Hagstrom earned more than 86.31% of employees in Elmhurst Park District.

Other Cts Group Ex Insts at Elmhurst Park District

Name Position Salary Start Date
Antonette Iacovetti Cts Group Ex Inst $16,684 01-04-2010
Shelbie Detzler Cts Group Ex Inst $6,841 06-20-2011
Julie Wilks Cts Group Ex Inst $5,837 03-07-2008
Linda Barnes Cts Group Ex Inst $5,720 09-11-1995
Ronald Gorski Cts Group Ex Inst $4,912 11-26-1990
Neda Bilder Cts Group Ex Inst $4,594 10-09-2012
Julie Kopp Cts Group Ex Inst $4,088 03-16-1998
Megan Mcbrearty Cts Group Ex Inst $3,957 03-30-1997
Esther Collo-Peruzzo Cts Group Ex Inst $3,952 10-21-2005
Katherine Hoffmann Cts Group Ex Inst $2,966 05-28-2001
Linda Costagli Cts Group Ex Inst $2,934 03-07-2016
Silvia Ramirez Cts Group Ex Inst $2,040 11-06-2012
Nancy Schielke Cts Group Ex Inst $1,905 12-08-2010
Amy Ryan Cts Group Ex Inst $1,861 12-07-2005
Bridget Mcfarland Cts Group Ex Inst $1,822 10-02-2014
Lisa Danhouser Cts Group Ex Inst $1,795 06-15-1996
Susan Weyhrauch Cts Group Ex Inst $1,758 03-01-2011
Michelle Steber Cts Group Ex Inst $1,660 10-01-2010
Janet Jackson Cts Group Ex Inst $1,514 04-12-2004
Sarah Smith Cts Group Ex Inst $1,373 01-12-2017
Tonya Stettin Cts Group Ex Inst $1,306 05-01-2003
Rachel Pesola Cts Group Ex Inst $1,298 10-28-2016
Stephanie Smid Cts Group Ex Inst $1,282 04-01-1996
Carmela Arias Cts Group Ex Inst $684 02-20-2015
Jennifer Luhm Cts Group Ex Inst $81 04-01-2016
Anna Gilmartin Cts Group Ex Inst $75 08-14-2015
Victoria Connors Cts Group Ex Inst $26 11-22-2017
Stephanie Eder Cts Group Ex Inst $26 05-07-2001

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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