Veronica Castro

Summary

Veronica Castro earned $53,199 in 2017 as an Administrative Asst for City of Chicago Mayor's Office. Castro had worked in this position since September 04, 2012.

Castro earned more than 50.81% of employees in City of Chicago Mayor's Office.

Other Administrative Assts at City of Chicago Mayor's Office

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lindy F Mcguire Administrative Asst $150,000 05-21-2001
Matthew D Mcgrath Administrative Asst $115,002 11-28-2016
Walter W Katz Administrative Asst $108,802 04-17-2017
Thomas C Diette Administrative Asst $99,996 05-16-2011
Margaret R Gach Administrative Asst $83,004 10-01-2001
Elsa G Jaramillo Administrative Asst $75,000 09-22-2015
Brenda G Garcia Administrative Asst $72,000 08-16-1999
Julienn A Kaviar Administrative Asst $70,002 09-19-2016
Johanna I Melgoza Administrative Asst $68,352 05-12-2014
Jasmine M Magana Administrative Asst $66,173 06-29-2005
Erika Zovko Administrative Asst $64,056 04-20-2005
Kristiana M Zerom Administrative Asst $63,332 03-16-2016
Ziavan E Smith Administrative Asst $62,004 06-13-2012
Maximilian J Jenkins Administrative Asst $57,720 07-27-2015
Michael D Milstein Administrative Asst $56,708 09-26-2016
Karla W Griffith Administrative Asst $50,004 06-24-2013
Seemi Choudry Administrative Asst $49,736 05-04-2009
Kendra R Thomas Administrative Asst $45,210 06-13-2016
Emily Berman Administrative Asst $36,243 05-05-2014
Christophe M Longman Administrative Asst $35,081 06-27-2016
Tori E Joseph Administrative Asst $31,131 05-01-2017
Jerren R Chang Administrative Asst $23,182 07-31-2017
Elizabeth Guerrero Administrative Asst $20,770 08-07-2017
Molly D Norburg Administrative Asst $17,426 08-10-2017
Janey O Rountree Administrative Asst $15,390 05-06-2013
Erika S Powell Administrative Asst $1,174 12-11-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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