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NPCA's Speakers Bureau

NPCA's Speakers Bureau consists of staff experts on issues ranging from air pollution and global warming in our national parks to historic preservation. A list of current engagements appears below. To invite an expert to speak to your group, please contact NPCA Media Relations Manager Perry Wheeler.

Speaker Bios and Photos:

DATE: September 6, 2014
WHO: NPCA Sun Coast Regional Director John Adornato
WHAT: Speaking on national park issues - particularly locally, as part of a swamp hike at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve following the 24th Annual Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
WHERE: New Orleans, LA

DATE: September 6, 2014
WHO: NPCA Sun Coast Regional Director John Adornato
WHAT: Participating in a panel discussion on Everglades restoration and whether it has been effective at the 24th Annual Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
WHERE: New Orleans, LA

DATE: July 22, 2014
WHO: NPCA Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Craig Obey
WHAT: Moderating a discussion on gateway communities and national parks at Destination Marketing Association International's 2014 Annual Convention.
WHERE: Las Vegas, NV

DATE: February 26, 2014
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking about the power of nonprofit communications at PR News' 2014 Nonprofit PR Awards Luncheon.
WHERE: Washington, DC

DATE: February 24, 2014
WHO:
NPCA Director of Budget and Appropriations John Garder
WHAT:
Presenting on funding for public lands at the Association of Partners for Public Lands' Partnership Convention and Trade Show.
WHERE:
Albuquerque, NM

DATE: October 29, 2013
WHO: NPCA Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Craig Obey
WHAT: Speaking at Association of National Park Rangers' 2013 Ranger Rendezvous.
WHERE: St. Louis, MO

DATE: October 3, 2013
WHO: NPCA Senior Regional Director Don Barger
WHAT: Speaking at the 2013 Society of Environmental Journalists Annual Conference about the preservation of national parks and the government shutdown.
WHERE: Chattanooga, TN

DATE: March 11, 2013
WHO: NPCA Ally Partnership Manager Christina Kamrath
WHAT: Introducing keynote speaker Devora Zack, while highlighting the need for advocacy on public lands funding, at the Association of Partners for Public Lands' Partnership Convention & Trade Show.
WHERE: Portland, OR

DATE: March 11, 2013
WHO:
NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears
WHAT:
Participating in two panel discussions, "Federal Lands and the New Congress" and "Your Voice Matters: Truth about Advocacy", as part of the Association of Partners for Public Lands' Partnership Convention & Trade Show.
WHERE:
Portland, OR

DATE: February 26, 2013
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speak about national park funding threats, as part of the Garden Club of America's National Affairs and Legislative Meeting.
WHERE: Washington, DC

DATE: January 11, 2013
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Introducing Interior Secretary Salazar and highlighting the Interior's commitment to national parks and Everglades restoration, as part of the 28th Annual Everglades Coalition Conference.
WHERE: Coral Gables, FL

DATE: January 8, 2013
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking about the state of America's national parks, and NPCA efforts to protect and preserve them as we approach the centennial at a Perennial and Chevy Chase Garden Club meeting.
WHERE: Chevy Chase, MD

DATE: November 14, 2012
WHO: NPCA Vice President for Center for Park Research James Nations
WHAT: Presenting on challenges and recommendations from NPCA's State of America's National Parks report at the 2012 NAI National Workshop.
WHERE: Hampton, VA

DATE: October 29, 2012
WHO: NPCA Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Craig Obey
WHAT: Speaking about next steps for advancing a centennial agenda and reflecting on America's Summit on National Parks, as part of the Association of National Park Rangers' 2012 Ranger Rendezvous.
WHERE: Palm Springs, CA

DATE: October 29, 2012
WHO: NPCA California Desert Senior Program Manager David Lamfrom
WHAT: Speaking about threats and opportunities in the California Desert, as part of the Association of National Park Rangers' 2012 Ranger Rendezvous.
WHERE: Palm Springs, CA

DATE: October 17, 2012
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speaking as part of Grand Thoughts at the Grand Canyon, as a follow up to America's Summit on National Parks, to help chart a vision for the parks beyond their 2016 centennial.
WHERE: Grand Canyon National Park

DATE: September 26, 2012
WHO: NPCA Ally Partnership Manager Christina Kamrath and NPCA Program Manager April Mims
WHAT: Providing opening remarks and moderating the opening plenary session, "The African American Women's Experience in the National Park System," as part of the 2012 Association for the Study of African American Life & History Convention.
WHERE: Pittsburgh, PA

DATE: July 17, 2012
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking about the role of America's urban parks and efforts to strengthen a coalition to protect them, as part of City Parks Alliance's 2012 International Urban Parks Conference.
WHERE: New York, NY

DATE: April 10-11, 2012
WHO: NPCA Texas Regional Director Suzanne Dixon
WHAT: Speaking at the 2012 SSPEED Center Gulf Coast Hurricanes: Mitigation and Response Conference about the potential economic impact of the proposed Lone Star Coastal National Recreation Area.
WHERE: Houston, TX

DATE: March 7, 2012
WHO: NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears and NPCA Las Vegas Program Manager Lynn Davis
WHAT: Presenting "Bringing Local Advocacy to the National Level" at the Association of Partners for Public Lands' 2012 Partnership Convention and Trade Show.
WHERE: Las Vegas, NV

DATE: March 5, 2012
WHO: NPCA Texas Regional Director Suzanne Dixon
WHAT: Speaking about America's Summit on National Parks as part of the morning keynote session at the Association of Partners for Public Lands' 2012 Partnership Convention and Trade Show.
WHERE: Las Vegas, NV

DATE: February 28, 2012
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speaking at the Garden Club of America's annual National Affairs and Legislation Meeting about preparing our national parks for their 2016 centennial.
WHERE: Washington, DC

DATE: January 25-26, 2012 
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speaking at the 2012 America's Summit on National Parks about preserving our parks as we approach the 2016 centennial and connecting them to new audiences. 
WHERE: Washington, DC

DATE: October 14, 2011
WHO: NPCA Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Craig Obey
WHAT: Speaking at the 2011 Association of National Park Rangers' Ranger Rendezvous on steps toward achieiving NPCA's centennial vision for the national parks.
WHERE: Williamsburg, VA

DATE: October 5, 2011 
WHO: NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears 
WHAT: Moderating a plenary session to include John W. Franklin, Kate Clifford Larson, Robert Stanton, Dennis Frye and Bill Gwaltney on the National Park Service role in maintaining and increasing relevancy of the Civil War for African Americans, as part of the 2011 Association for the Study of African American Life and History Convention.
WHERE: Richmond, VA

DATE: September 23, 2011
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Presenting on NPCA's Great Waters efforts and local conservation at the High Tide Women's Weekend Luncheon.
WHERE: Amelia Island, FL

DATE: June 17, 2011
WHO: NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears and NPCA Midwest Regional Director Lynn McClure
WHAT: Speaking at the closing convocation of the 2011 National Underground Railroad Conference on advocating for the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program in a challenging environment.   
WHERE: Cincinnati, OH

DATE: April 7, 2011
WHO: NPCA Cultural Resources Program Manager Catherine Moore
WHAT: Presenting at the National Council on Public History’s annual conference, in a session titled “Integrating History into Landscape Conservation Initiatives.”
WHERE: Pensacola, FL
 
DATE: March 16, 2011
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan 
WHAT: Keynote speaker at the Woman's Club of Richmond's Mission Possible: How the Power of Green Can Enrich Your Life and Legacy. Tom will discuss national park challenges and how they are similar to those faced in communities across the country.
WHERE: Richmond, VA
 
DATE: February 24, 2011
WHO: NPCA Center for Park Management Directors Erik Eichinger and Cyndi Szymanski
WHAT: Presenting a session, "Partnering with the National Park Serviceto Enhance Inclusion and Diversity", at the 2011 Association of Partners for Public Lands' Partnership Convention and Trade Show.
WHERE: Dallas, TX
 
DATE: February 23, 2011
WHO: NPCA Senior Director of Online Communications Felicia Carr and Director of Direct Marketing Laura Connors
WHAT: Presenting a session, "Developing Integrated Campaigns Without a Million Dollar Budget", at the 2011 Association of Partners for Public Lands' Partnership Convention and Trade Show.
WHERE: Dallas, TX
 
DATE: November 3, 2010
WHO: NPCA Budget & Appropriations Legislative Representative John Garder
WHAT: Participating in a panel discussion, "Environmental Advocacy and Political Challenges", that will provide an overview of NPCA’s advocacy efforts and current political challenges for national parks, as part of the Association of National Park Rangers' 2010 Ranger Rendezvous.
WHERE: Bend, OR
 
DATE: October 20, 2010 
WHO: NPCA Vice President for Center for State of the Parks James Nations 
WHAT: Speaking at the Brazos Forum about park resource protection and national parks of America's Western states.
WHERE: Waco, TX
 
DATE: October 15, 2010
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking as part of a plenary session, "American Treasures: The Future of the National Parks", at the 2010 Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
WHERE: Missoula, MT
 
DATE: September 29 - October 3, 2010
WHO: NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears
WHAT: Convening a panel, "African American Empowerment Through Military Service; Fact or Fiction," at the 2010 Association for the Study of African American Life and History Convention.
WHERE: Raleigh, NC
 
DATE: June 12, 2010
WHO: NPCA Senior Vice President of Policy Ron Tipton
WHAT: Presenting "Advancing National Parks Second Century Commission Recommendations: A New Vision for the National Parks" at the 2010 Outdoor Writers Association of America Conference.
WHERE: Rochester, MN
 
DATE: May 14, 2010
WHO: NPCA Vice President for Center for State of the Parks James Nations
WHAT: Keynote speaker at the Catoctin Forest Alliance’s Second Annual Meeting on the Mountain, which will focus on stewardship today, developing stewards for tomorrow, public and private partnering and outdoor programs.  
WHERE: Thurmont, MD 
  
DATE: April 14, 2010
WHO: NPCA Director of Clean Air and Climate Programs Mark Wenzler
WHAT: Speaking at the 42nd Air Pollution Workshop about the impact of air pollution and climate change on our national parks.
WHERE: Asheville, NC
  
DATE: April 8, 2010    
WHO: NPCA Legislative Representative Alan Spears
WHAT: Presenting an educational session, "Current Issues in Historic Preservation: Addressing Challenges and Identifying Paths to Success", at the annual Preserving Historic Places: Indiana's Statewide Preservation Conference.
WHERE: New Harmony, IN
  
DATE: February 9, 2010
WHO: NPCA Board Member Stephen Lockhart
WHAT: Presenting with Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Superintendent Woody Smeck on National Parks Second Century Commission findings and recommendations for action on various programs at the 2010 Association of Partners for Public Lands Annual Convention & Trade Show.
WHERE: San Diego, CA
  
DATE: January 11, 2010
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking at the 2010 Choose Clean Water Conference about the recently-launched Great Waters Coalition and the need to restore water ecosystems that are essential to the health of our parks, wildlife and the economy.
WHERE: Washington, DC
  
DATE: December 9, 2009
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Co-presenting National Parks Second Century Commission findings with NPCA Trustee and former Deputy Director of the National Park Service Deny Galvin at the Association of National Park Rangers' Ranger Rendezvous. The theme of this year's conference is 'America's History: Protecting the Past, Informing the Future.'
WHERE: Gettysburg, PA
 
DATE: October 28, 2009
WHO: NPCA Executive Vice President Theresa Pierno
WHAT: Speaking at the National Parks Friends Alliance Autumn 2009 Meeting about NPCA's work and the vital partnerships that help protect our national parks.
WHERE: San Antonio, TX
 
DATE: September 23, 2009
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speaking at "Feel Free: A National Parks Celebration in Central Park" about current national park issues, a vision for the future of the Park System, and every individual's role in protecting our parks.
WHERE: New York, NY
 
DATE: September 15, 2009
WHO: NPCA Senior Program Manager Catharine Gilliam
WHAT: Speaking at the Stimulating Economic Vitality and Resource Conservation in Gateway and Tribal Communities Policy Forum, sponsored by the Department of Interior, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association, the Southeast Tourism Society and the Western States Tourism Policy Council. The forum seeks to develop policy suggestions for collaboration between communities and national parks and other public lands to focus on how gateway and tribal communities, which serve millions of visitors to Federal public lands, can balance their need for growth and vitality with the conservation and protection of natural and cultural resources during a time of economic challenges.
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: September 2, 2009
WHO: NPCA President Tom Kiernan
WHAT: Speaking to the Rotary Club of San Antonio about the threats our national parks currently face, as well as the history of the parks as detailed in the upcoming Ken Burns documentary, The National Parks: America's Best Idea. The presentation will also outline a clear plan for restoring our national parks before the centennial of the Park Service in 2016.  
WHERE: San Antonio, Texas
 
DATE: July 23, 2009
WHO: NPCA Director of Clean Air and Climate Programs Mark Wenzler
WHAT: Discussing recent developments in energy policies and potential impacts on biodiversity, wildlife and national parks, as part of an energy workshop convened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: June 9, 2009
WHO: NPCA Director of Clean Air and Climate Programs Mark Wenzler
WHAT: Moderating a concurrent session, "U.S. Climate Change Legislation: What, When, and How?" at the Solar Energy Industries Association's PV America Conference.
WHERE: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
DATE: April 17, 2009
WHO: NPCA Senior Regional Coordinator Danielle Blank
WHAT: Discussing how the economic stimulus package will impact our national parks, as part of a panel discussion at the 2009 Designing the New West Conference.
WHERE: Bozeman, MT
 
DATE: April 16, 2009
WHO: NPCA Director of Clean Air and Climate Programs Mark Wenzler
WHAT: Addressing wildlife issues in our national parks after a pre-screening of Disney's new film, "Earth", at the Landmark E Street Cinema.  
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: April 16, 2009
WHO: NPCA Senior Regional Director Joy Oakes
WHAT:  Presenting on NPCA, the current challenges and opportunities for our national parks, and specific opportunities for individuals to help restore the parks, as part of an Earth Day panel at Booz Allen Hamilton.
WHERE: McLean, Virginia
 
DATE: April 8, 2009
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Discussing the opportunity for the new administration and Congress to restore our national parks, including those in Washington State, at a Rotary Club of Seattle meeting. Tom will talk about the role of national parks in the economic stimulus package; the historic role parks have played through the CCC; and the important role parks will play in society moving towards the second century in 2016.
WHERE: Seattle, Washington
 
DATE: March 18, 2009
WHO: Theresa Pierno, NPCA Executive Vice President
WHAT: Key note speaker for the opening session of the National Recreation and Park Association's National Legislative Forum on Parks and Recreation. Theresa will highlight the opportunities for national parks under the new administration and Congress, including increased funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, creation of a National Parks Service Corps, and funding for park projects through the economic stimulus package. In addition, Theresa will look at areas that local, state, and national parks can connect on particular issues, highlighting our urban national park efforts with the City Parks Alliance.
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: February 23, 2009
WHO: Theresa Pierno, NPCA Executive Vice President
WHAT: Moderating a panel discussion, "Restoring the Great Waters: Yes we can!", as part of the Environmental Grantmakers Association's 2009 Federal Policy Briefing. The session will focus on the components of a national campaign to accomplish nationwide, comprehensive aquatic restoration.
WHERE: Washington, DC 
 
DATE: December 14, 2008 
WHO: Ron Tipton, NPCA Senior Vice President of Programs
WHAT: As we prepare for the centennial of the National Park Service, and our country shifts toward a new administration and Congress, Ron Tipton will examine the challenges and opportunities facing our national parks at the 2008 Association of National Park Rangers Ranger Rendezvous. These tough economic times call for innovative thinking about how we can restore our underfunded, understaffed national parks that continue to face threats like climate change, development, and invasive species. Ron will detail a national park service program built on the AmeriCorps model that would provide low-cost employment to young people and aging baby boomers, and help to restore our threatened national parks.
WHERE: Santa Fe, New Mexico
 
DATE: October 1, 2008
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Presenting an overview of NPCA, national park issues, the centennial of the National Park System and the Centennial Challenge, and how this milestone could support African American history and a more diverse audience in the parks, as part of the opening plenary session, "Hidden Treasures of the National Park Service: Discovering African American History in our National Parks," at the 2008 Association for the Study of African American Life & History Annual Conference.
WHERE: Birmingham, Alabama
 
DATE: September 23, 2008
WHO: Ron Tipton, NPCA Senior Vice President of Programs
WHAT: Presenting on the future role of the National Park System in urban settings, as part of a plenary session at the 2008 International Urban Parks Conference.
WHERE: Pittsburgh, PA
 
DATE: September 3, 2008
WHO: Dr. James Nations, NPCA Vice President for the Center for State of the Parks
WHAT: Presenting on the goals, methodology, and research findings of NPCA's Center for the State of the Parks, as part of the National Park Service's "First Wednesday Presentation" series.
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: August 26, 2008
WHO: Theresa Pierno, Senior Vice President of Regional Programs
WHAT: Presenting an overview of NPCA, the centennial of the National Park System, both national and local challenges we face, and key pieces of legislation, as part of a meeting of the Rotary Club of Annapolis. 
WHERE: Annapolis, Maryland
 
DATE: April 26, 2008
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Presenting on global conservation issues and parks, while providing insight into conservation policy, practices and culture, as part of a panel discussion at the Student Conservation Association's national summit: EarthVision.
WHERE: Chevy Chase, Maryland
 
DATE: April 25, 2008
WHO: Catharine Gilliam, NPCA Virginia Program Manager
WHAT: Presenting on the importance of preserving the national parks for future generations, while focusing on the issues the parks face such as air pollution, deterioration of the environment, and damage caused by off-road vehicles.
WHERE: Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA
 
DATE: April 23, 2008
WHO: Alexander Brash, NPCA Northeast Regional Director
WHAT: The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation will feature "A Natural History of New York City's Parks and the Environment" as part of its Uncommon Ground panel series on how the future of the park system can grow and flourish, even against the backdrop of economic uncertainty. NPCA Regional Director Alex Brash will moderate a panel discussion on the future of "nature" in New York City with author and landscape preservationist Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, landscape architect and ecologist Alexander Felson, and President of the Council on the Environment Marcel Van Ooyen. The topic was inspired by the recent release of the book "Natural History of New York City's Parks and Great Gull Island," which was collaboratively written and published by NPCA, the Linnaean Society of New York, and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.
WHERE: Arsenal Gallery, Central Park, New York, NY
 
DATE: April 17, 2008
WHO: Steve Thompson, NPCA Senior Program Manager
WHAT: Presenting on Geotourism and Montana's first regional project based on the concept, the Crown of the Continent Geotourism MapGuide, at the 2008 Montana Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation. 
WHERE: West Yellowstone, MT
 
DATE: April 2, 2008
WHO: Dr. James Nations, NPCA Vice President for the Center for State of the Parks
WHAT: Presenting the findings of the NPCA State of the Parks Assessments, focusing on the overarching concern of adjacent land development, at the NPS Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance training.
WHERE: Shepherdstown, WV
 
DATE: March 5, 2008
WHO: Laura Loomis, NPCA Deputy Vice President for Government Affairs
WHAT: Panel presentation, "Creating Bicycle Friendly National Parks", at the 2008 National Bike Summit.
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: March 10, 2008
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Panel presentation, "Allowable Concessioner Activities Supporting Park Projects: Current Policies and Possible Alternatives", at the annual meeting of the National Park Hospitality Association discussing current views on this topic and exploring areas of consensus for Centennial projects and beyond. 
WHERE: Washington, DC
 
DATE: March 8, 2008
WHO: Stephanie Kodish, NPCA Managing Attorney, Coal Litigation Program; and Bart Melton, NPCA Program Analyst
WHAT: Panel presentation, "Protecting National Parks & Wilderness Areas from Coal-Fired Power Plant Emissions", at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference providing an overview of national park air pollution issues and case studies of NPCA coal plant challenges.
WHERE: University of Oregon School of Law (Eugene, Oregon)
 
DATE: February 21, 2008
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: The Seattle Garden Club has invited Tom Kiernan to give a free public lecture about the future of our national parks.
WHERE: Seattle, Washington
 
DATE: January 22, 2008
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Presenting on the upcoming centennial and the prime opportunity to protect America's heritage, as part of Outdoor Industry Association's Thought Leader's dinner that kicks off the Outdoor Retailer show.
WHERE: Salt Lake City, Utah
 
DATE: October 22, 2007
WHO: Mark Wenzler, Clean Air Program Director
WHAT: Presenting an overview of the effect of global warming on national parks, and what can be done about it, as part of the Climate Information: Responding to User Needs conference.
WHERE: University of Maryland, College Park
 
DATE: September 26, 2007
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Presenting an overview of the opportunities for restoring our national parks to the Commonwealth Club.
WHERE: San Francisco, California
 
DATE: September 24, 2007
WHO: John Wilson, Associate Director, NPCA Northern Rockies Regional Office
WHAT: Presenting an overview of the centennial opportunity for restoring our national parks to the Garden Club of America
WHERE: Butte, Montana
 
DATE: September 12, 2007
WHO: Linda Rancourt, NPCA Vice President for Communications
WHAT: Presenting an overview of the centennial opportunity for restoring our national parks, and a discussion of the effects of chronic under funding of our park system on the education of school children.
WHERE: Optimist Club of Arlington, Virginia 
 
DATE: June 19, 2007
WHO: Tom Kiernan, NPCA President
WHAT: Presenting an overview of the opportunities for restoring our national parks as part of a panel discussion at a meeting of the Outdoor Writers Association of America.
WHERE: Roanoke, Virginia
 
DATE: May 22, 2007
WHO: Mark Wenzler, NPCA Clean Air Program Director
WHAT: Presentation to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council about the affects of global warming on our national parks.
WHERE: Florida Keys
 
DATE: April 20, 2007
WHO: Kelly Courkamp, NPCA Cultural Resources Manager, Center for State of the Parks
WHAT: Panel presentation, "National Parks Conservation Association: A Laboratory for Public Historians," at the Pacific Northwest History Conference about the benefits of graduate students gaining real world experience while completing cultural resource assessments for Center for State of the Parks.
WHERE: Tacoma, Washington
 
DATE: April 19, 2007
WHO: Dr. James Nations, NPCA Vice President for the Center for State of the Parks
WHAT: Book signing and speech at the National Zoo about conservation issues in the Maya Tropical Forest and national parks in the U.S.
WHERE: National Zoo in Washington, D.C.




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