Kaitlin Feely

Summary

Kaitlin Feely earned $2,538 in 2017 as a Performing Arts Camp Counselor for Buffalo Grove Park District Camp. Feely had worked in this position since June 16, 2014.

Feely earned more than 84.33% of employees in Buffalo Grove Park District Camp.

Other Performing Arts Camp Counselors at Buffalo Grove Park District Camp

Name Position Salary Start Date
Brittany Hinkle Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,256 02-06-2013
Hannah Lichtenstein Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,129 06-08-2016
Amanda Strege Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,056 06-06-2017
Michelle Katz Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,034 06-01-2015
Francesca Walsh Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,028 06-06-2017
Cassidy Lemrise Performing Arts Camp Counselor $2,007 06-08-2016
Caitlin Preuss Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,959 06-20-2016
Samuel Litwin Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,954 06-08-2016
Tatum Weiss Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,953 06-08-2016
Asia Luboyeski Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,768 06-06-2017
Rebecca Koltun Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,761 06-12-2017
Elly Rebeka Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,616 09-02-2014
Emily Feldman Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,612 06-12-2017
Abigail Sokol Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,502 06-12-2017
Sydney Krebs Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,489 06-12-2017
Tommaso Jozwiak Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,481 06-12-2017
Christopher Moseley Performing Arts Camp Counselor $1,137 06-08-2016

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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