Katelyn Dundovich


Katelyn Dundovich earned $3,032 in 2017 as a Performing Arts for Buffalo Grove Park District Performing Arts. Dundovich had worked in this position since June 03, 2013.

Dundovich earned more than 60.66% of employees in Buffalo Grove Park District Performing Arts.

Other Performing Artss at Buffalo Grove Park District Performing Arts

Name Position Salary Start Date
Madelaine A Plewacki Performing Arts $42,135 06-22-2007
Linda Rosen Performing Arts $11,281 08-15-1996
Elise Hackl Performing Arts $7,227 06-06-2011
Kara J Spector Performing Arts $6,949 11-09-2005
Kara M Vombrack Performing Arts $4,515 05-10-2005
Daniel Ermel Performing Arts $4,369 05-01-2013
Ari Craven Performing Arts $4,278 06-14-2010
Stephanie Nece Performing Arts $3,780 03-01-2010
Josephine Hannon-Geller Performing Arts $3,517 05-01-2014
Beverly Preuss Performing Arts $3,451 10-25-2004
Jordan Radis Performing Arts $2,894 06-16-2014
Debra Goldman Performing Arts $2,800 10-03-2002
Hayley Brenner Performing Arts $2,590 09-20-2015
Quinn Cunningham Performing Arts $2,572 06-09-2015
Davida Ginsberg Performing Arts $2,330 02-23-2015
Ariel Notterman Performing Arts $2,250 11-05-2013
Bruce E Bohrer Performing Arts $1,900 10-23-2007
Magdeline Kirkham Performing Arts $1,803 06-12-2017
Kenneth A Preuss Performing Arts $1,420 07-20-2005
Aaron Kaplan Performing Arts $1,400 07-17-2007
Zachary Bohn Performing Arts $1,275 06-01-2017
Robin Hackl Performing Arts $1,019 10-01-2016
Matthew Canon Performing Arts $1,000 03-01-2017
Pamela Lenzini Performing Arts $1,000 04-01-2016
Jessica Surprenant Performing Arts $619 09-05-2017
Susan Jacobson Performing Arts $591 09-17-2017
Kathy Martin Performing Arts $506 09-03-2017
Allen Katz-Mariani Performing Arts $488 06-15-2009
Jacob Hackl Performing Arts $147 06-10-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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