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Nayeli (Naya) Lechuga-Knight, a Human Development and Family Sciences alum who currently serves as a senior care coordinator for the Livingston County Health Department.
The College of Applied Science and Technology has released the next episode of the college’s new podcast, The PodCAST. This episode features a conversation with Nayeli (Naya) Lechuga-Knight, a Human Development and Family Sciences alum who currently serves as a senior care coordinator for the Livingston County Health Department. 

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