Kelsee Mcgowan

Summary

Kelsee Mcgowan earned $17,159 in 2017 as an Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Board Of Commissioners. Mcgowan had worked in this position since January 03, 2017.

Mcgowan earned more than 24.00% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Board Of Commissioners.

Other Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sps at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Board Of Commissioners

Name Position Salary Start Date
Udochi Nwoko Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $33,578 N/A
Thomas Siska Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $33,538 N/A
Christina Chronopoulos Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $33,266 N/A
Jeremy Black Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $28,499 N/A
Lauren Banks Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $24,237 N/A
Stanley Watkins Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $18,502 N/A
Laura Garcia Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $18,341 09-20-2017
Brent Shraiberg Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $16,366 N/A
Donald O'Connor Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $13,423 04-19-2017
Gregory Busch Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $12,073 N/A
Ameenah Doumbia Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $11,054 N/A
Kimberly Diei Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $10,562 12-04-2017
Joseph Walsh Administrative Asst To Comm (Sec) - Sp $3,973 06-19-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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