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Eichinger, Daniel (I)Natural Resources
Prior to being appointed by Gov. Gretchen WHITMER, Director Eichinger served as the executive director of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs.
Prior to working at the MUCC, Director Eichinger held positions with Central Michigan University, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and in the Lt. Governor's office.
Director Eichinger holds a bachelor's of Arts degree in political theory and constitutional democracy and a master's in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University plus a master's in Public Administration from Central Michigan University.
Dan and his wife Jasmine have two children, Peyton and Isla and live in Isabella County. As a family, they enjoy hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and recreational shooting.
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