Kimberly Davis

Summary

Kimberly Davis earned $19,461 in 2017 as a Music Instructor for Schaumburg Park District Recreation. Davis had worked in this position since January 05, 2015.

Davis earned more than 95.26% of employees in Schaumburg Park District Recreation.

Other Music Instructors at Schaumburg Park District Recreation

Name Position Salary Start Date
Carole Bryan Music Instructor $38,366 10-08-1996
Josefina Rusiana Music Instructor $13,338 10-25-1995
Aaron Wiewel Music Instructor $11,929 11-16-2015
Robert Benwitz Music Instructor $5,316 10-08-2013
Kevin Mikol Music Instructor $4,821 11-10-2008
Steven Bitte Music Instructor $4,055 10-02-2015
Elizabeth Bumpus Music Instructor $3,645 02-01-2017
Robert Lieberman Music Instructor $3,547 10-05-2016
Karen Weinzierl Music Instructor $3,331 09-25-2015
Eric Thompson Music Instructor $2,904 10-07-2016
Daniel Vook Music Instructor $1,658 02-04-2017
Stephanie Cesaroni Music Instructor $1,145 06-08-2017
Carter Schultz Music Instructor $1,071 10-03-2013
Rachel Edwards Music Instructor $788 09-07-2017
Emily Vook Music Instructor $715 01-26-2017
Bianca Saputra Music Instructor $165 07-11-2016
Hubert Marciniec Music Instructor $120 02-06-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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