Kimberly Boyd


Kimberly Boyd earned $3,542 in 2018 as an Employee for Alsip Park District. Boyd had worked for this employer since May 25, 2017.

Boyd earned more than 82.42% of employees in Alsip Park District.

Boyd earned more than 62.99% of employees across all Park Districts.

Employment history for Kimberly Boyd

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Employee $3,532 $10 05-25-2017 2018
Golf Cooks $3,658 Not reported 05-25-2017 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Employee at Alsip Park District in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Laurann Nissen Employee $26,753 03-17-1997
Amanda A Messmer Employee $25,830 04-23-2018
Jacalyn S Nelson Employee $23,954 08-22-2016
Jessica Tompkins Employee $21,139 06-01-2018
Nicholas G VanArkel Employee $20,386 09-27-2016
Kathleen Jones Employee $16,738 09-29-2000
Tracy A Preissler Employee $16,494 12-23-2003
Annette M Velasquez Employee $16,237 08-22-2016
Sheri A. Chase Employee $15,925 03-10-2003
Nataly D Duran Employee $14,692 02-13-2017
Jeremy R Dryier Employee $13,281 05-01-2018
Jacki L Payne Employee $12,893 03-20-2017
Robin R Dryier Employee $12,354 11-06-2009
Patricia E Schmeski Employee $12,278 07-17-2017
Laura B Braden Employee $12,137 05-05-1993
Laura Ann Franks Employee $11,868 05-01-2003
Irene J Perez Employee $11,257 10-07-2016
Susan A Carmenaty Employee $11,160 09-14-2006
Maria Calderon Employee $11,100 09-09-2017
Rhonda J Allan Employee $10,895 03-16-2009
William Misiewicz Employee $10,773 08-13-2012
Jessica D Thompson Employee $10,476 08-24-2015
Marco Ozaine Employee $10,461 06-09-2017
Amy M Ibell Employee $10,340 05-01-2012
Cheryl Powe Employee $10,192 06-05-2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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