OLA Youth Connect Gets Program Director - 27 East

OLA Youth Connect Gets Program Director

authorStaff Writer on Mar 4, 2024
OLA of Eastern Long Island (Organización Latino Americana) has announced it has hired Anastasia Gochnour as its new director of Youth Connect, a program OLA launched in August 2022 that... more

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