Deborah Boyce, APR

Deborah Boyce, APR

Director of Development and Communications for Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

Location
McAllen, Texas Area
Industry
Religious Institutions

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Deborah Boyce, APR's Overview

Current
  • Director of Development and Communications at Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley
Past
  • ePatient Scholar/Health Communications Consultant at Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Digital Media Strategies/Health Communications Consultant at Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Director Of Promotions & Public Relations at WBGU-PBS
  • President at Public Relations Society Of America, NW Ohio Chapter
  • Executive Assistant to the Vice President For University Advancement at Bowling Green State University
  • Assistant Professor Of Communication Arts (Tenured) at The Defiance College
  • Director Of Communications at The Defiance College
  • Director of Student Publications at The Defiance College
  • Director of Forensics at The Defiance College
  • Jazz Director/Program Host/Radio Personality at WSPD-AM
  • Public Relations/Advertising Consultant/Narrator at Freelance Work
  • Teaching & Research Assistant at Bowling Green State University
  • News Reporter, Announcer, Production & Promotion Assistant at WBGU-PBS
  • Radio Personality at WMHE-FM
Education
  • The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Madison Institute
  • Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University
  • The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Madison Institute
Connections

500+ connections

Websites

Deborah Boyce, APR's Summary

Deb Boyce has over 30 years of marketing, public relations, communications, organizational development, fundraising and strategic planning experience, a passion for innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit! In senior-level positions, She's helped management and organizational teams problem-solve, research, develop and implement strategic plans to enhance effectiveness and long-term success.

As an Accredited in Public Relations professional (APR status earned in 1993), Ms. Boyce's service includes leadership positions on local, regional and national levels of the Public Relations Society of America. The APR designation is awarded to public relations professionals who demonstrate the highest level of knowledge, experience, and professional competence in the field.

Strengths: project development and management, media relations, grant writing, social media, integrated communications, branding, public speaking, community relations, event planning, qualitative and quantitative research.

Deborah Boyce, APR's Certifications

  • Accredited In Public Relations / APR

    • Public Relations Society Of America
    • July 1993
  • OHSAA Class I Soccer Official

    • National Federation of High School Sports
    • License 169124
    • July 2005
  • USSF Grade 8 Soccer Official

    • United States Soccer Federation
    • February 2002

Deborah Boyce, APR's Experience

Director of Development and Communications

Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

August 2014Present (3 months) Catholic Charities of the RGV Humanitarian Respite Centers, McAllen, Texas Area

Increase awareness of the mission and work of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley and secure philanthropic support to respond to the needs of people in our region, regardless of religion. Services include: Emergency Assistance, Temporary Shelter, Medical Assistance, Utility Assistance, Food and Clothing, Counseling, Disaster Response, Homelessness prevention, Immigration Services, Jail Ministry, Crisis Pregnancy Center, Military Family Relief and Disaster Response.

This comprehensive effort includes organizing Humanitarian Respite Centers to serve Central American refugees seeking asylum in the United States. If you would like to make a donation, you may do so through our secure online giving page http://www.cdob.org/catholic-charities135/donate-now or by making your check out to Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley and noting on your check "Humanitarian Immigrant Relief." Please send it to Deborah Boyce, Director of Development, Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley,700 N. Virgen De San Juan Blvd., P.O. Box 1306, San Juan, Texas 78589.

Catholic Charities staff members believe in what they do and are dedicated to serving those in need, We rely on volunteers who give of their time to care for others, the partner agencies who join in the effort by networking together to respond to the needs in our community, and our generous funders who trust in the outcomes we deliver through our programs and services.

Your support is greatly appreciated! Thank you!

Director of Development & Communications

Toledo Community Oncology Program

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Research industry

February 2013August 2014 (1 year 7 months) Toledo, Ohio Area

Secure philanthropic support to advance the Toledo Community Oncology Program's mission of providing compassionate cancer care, using the latest and best medical research and advances in cancer prevention, treatment, and control. Increase awareness of the public, physicians, and other health care providers as to the availability, and personal and collective benefits, of participating in cancer prevention, treatment, and control clinical research trials. Expand the reach of clinical trials across northwest, northeast and west central Ohio, southeast Michigan, and Virginia.

Institutional Review Board Member

Toledo Community Oncology Program

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Research industry

2004February 2013 (9 years)

TCOP's Institutional Review Board (IRB) members are responsible for reviewing and approving cancer prevention, treatment, and control clinical trials, subsequently made available at 23 medical facilities across northern and west central Ohio, southeast Michigan, and Virginia. The IRB, comprised of medical and radiation oncologists, pharmacists, nurses, healthcare staff, and community members, carefully review study protocols and consent forms to ensure clinical trial participants are fully informed and protected from unnecessary risks or harm.

Seasonal Elections Assistant

Wood County Board of Elections

October 2012November 2012 (2 months)

Check-in and assist early voters at the Board of Elections. Process absentee ballot requests and outgoing/incoming mail ballots. Conduct logic and accuracy testing on county-wide voting equipment. Assemble precinct materials for general election. Scan ballots and poll book signatures, and conduct reconciliation audits for official election results.

ePatient Scholar/Health Communications Consultant

Stanford University School of Medicine

Educational Institution; 5001-10,000 employees; Higher Education industry

September 2011September 2011 (1 month) Palo Alto, California

As a scholarship recipient and invited scholar panelist, I attended the Stanford Summit and Medicine 2.0 @Stanford: The 4th World Congress on Social Media & Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine & Biomedical Research. The session focused on the perspective of ePatients in the realm of Medicine 2.0 and how individuals are empowering their own health care and health literacy through the use of social and emerging technologies.

Digital Media Strategies/Health Communications Consultant

Tufts University School of Medicine

Educational Institution; 10,001+ employees; Higher Education industry

July 2011September 2011 (3 months) Greater Boston Area

I attended a Summer Institute at Tufts University’s School of Medicine on Digital Strategies for Health Communication. Our case study project involved working with ABC News' Chief Health and Medical Editor Richard Besser, M.D. and staff to strategically re-position the public health work of ABCNews.com’s health division, where I was a valued new media/ health communications consultant to their journalistic efforts.

Director Of Promotions & Public Relations

WBGU-PBS

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Broadcast Media industry

April 2002January 2011 (8 years 10 months)

Developed and implemented public relations, marketing & promotion plans. Successful grant writer. Editor of monthly magazine. Oversaw design and content of station's website, electronic communications, creative services and media relations for nationally and locally distributed program series/documentaries. Planned and coordinated community engagement and program-related outreach activities, and other station, community and campus events. Produced special public affairs television programs. Served as on-air fundraising talent and station announcer. Staff liaison to WBGU-PBS’ Public Advisory Committee for Television Board. Supervised professional and student staff work in these areas, including volunteer coordination.

My work in public television has been recognized with more than $162,000 in external funding to underwrite public relations outreach programming and promotion initiatives. As project manager, I developed community partnerships with organizations and community leaders, and developed locally produced and nationally distributed public affairs programs, print and video materials, media campaigns, special events and websites.

WBGU-PBS was one of two public television stations nationally to be awarded a "This Emotional Life" grant for a year-long, military reintegration community engagement project - “Operation Reconnect: Connecting With Military Service Members & Their Families.” Two earlier public relations outreach initiatives, “Building A Living Legacy of Hope,” a cancer awareness initiative, and “There’s No Place Like Home,” one of the first mortgage foreclosure intervention campaigns launched in the nation, were recognized with My Source Community Impact Awards by the Corporation For Public Broadcasting.

President

Public Relations Society Of America, NW Ohio Chapter

20012003 (2 years)

Executive Assistant to the Vice President For University Advancement

Bowling Green State University

Educational Institution; 5001-10,000 employees; Higher Education industry

January 1995June 2001 (6 years 6 months)

Provided communication and public relations support to the Vice President for University Advancement and the President/CEO of the BGSU Foundation, Inc. in the oversight and management of areas under the University Advancement division: Alumni & Governmental Affairs; BGSU Foundation, Inc.; Development; Public Relations, Marketing & Communications; WBGU-PBS & Educational Media Television Services; Northwest Ohio Educational Technology Foundation; and Student Publications. Researched and drafted institutional policies, procedures and reports. Served as University Advancement division ombudsman. Coordinated special projects & special events. Represented the vice president as needed.

Special assignments included service as:
• University Advancement Division's Program Review Liaison, 1998 - 2000.
• Chair, University Advancement Division's Professional Development & Training Committee, 1999 - 2000, 1996 - 1997.
• University Marketing Steering Committee, 1996 - 1999.
• Assistant to the Vice President for Special Events & Stewardship, 1995 - 1999.
• University's Staff Liaison for BGSU's Annual United Way Campaigns and United Way Steering Committee member, 1995 - 1999.
• Capital Campaign & Development Consultant to BGSU’s Firelands College, 1997 - 1998.

University Service:
• SuperNet Advisory Team, 2000 - 2001
• Secretary, University's Information Technology Committee, 1999 - 2001
• University Planning Council, 1998 - 2000
• President’s Legions Group, 1997 - 2001
• President’s Panel, 1997 - 1999
• Administrative Staff Council Chair, 1998 - 1999
• Administrative Staff Council Vice Chair, 1997 - 1998
• University Marketing Steering Committee, 1996 - 1999

Assistant Professor Of Communication Arts (Tenured)

The Defiance College

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

August 1981January 1995 (13 years 6 months)

Communication courses taught include: broadcasting, business writing/communication, journalism, mass communication, practical journalism, public opinion and propaganda, public relations, public speaking, intercollegiate speech, freshman seminar, an introductory hybrid communication course and various winter term offerings. Academic advisor to majors. Supervisor of internships and cooperative education students.

• Chair, Faculty Rules Committee, 1983-87

Director Of Communications

The Defiance College

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

August 1986September 1993 (7 years 2 months)

Recruited from the faculty. Provided administrative and communication support to the President, the Vice President for Development & the Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Responsible for all internal and external communication, including sports information. Coordinated the institution’s marketing, communication and public relations efforts, including print, radio & television advertising, media relations, information dissemination, community relations, video presentations & the production of all College publications. Served as institutional spokesperson. Coordinated the development and production of collateral and supporting materials, including the case for support and campaign video, for the College's $13.8 million capital campaign.

• Chair, Marketing Steering Committee, 1990-93
• President’s Cabinet & Strategic Planning Council, 1986-93
• Board of Trustees, Public Affairs & Development Committee, 1986-93

Director of Student Publications

The Defiance College

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

August 1981May 1988 (6 years 10 months)

Supervised production of the weekly student newspaper and the annual yearbook.

Director of Forensics

The Defiance College

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

August 1981August 1986 (5 years 1 month)

Coached intercollegiate speech team which garnered over 100 awards,
including 25 state championships and 7 national awards.

Jazz Director/Program Host/Radio Personality

WSPD-AM

January 1978August 1981 (3 years 8 months)

Evening drive-time program host for an adult contemporary station. Produced on-the-hour newscasts, broadcast copy, commercials, promotional spots, and made public appearances as a station representative.

Public Relations/Advertising Consultant/Narrator

Freelance Work

January 1977August 1981 (4 years 8 months)

Designed and produced public relations and print advertising/media campaigns for various businesses. Narrated a film produced by WBGU-TV for the United States Department of Energy.

Teaching & Research Assistant

Bowling Green State University

Educational Institution; 5001-10,000 employees; Higher Education industry

August 1979August 1980 (1 year 1 month)

Designed and taught broadcast announcing course. Served as a research assistant in several studies determining media functions for users. Designed and administered face-to-face, mail and telephone surveys.

News Reporter, Announcer, Production & Promotion Assistant

WBGU-PBS

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Broadcast Media industry

January 1977May 1978 (1 year 5 months)

Covered regional and city events for nightly television newscast. Served as darkroom assistant. Full-time announcer responsible for program breaks and promotional spots. Ran ENG and studio audio for newscasts, local programming and remote productions.

Radio Personality

WMHE-FM

January 1977January 1978 (1 year 1 month)

Weekend host for an automated, album-oriented rock/muzak station. Produced on-the-hour newscasts, commercials, promotional spots and public service announcements.

Deborah Boyce, APR's Publications

  • Clinical Trials Advance Cancer Treatments: A Participant's Perspective

    • Healthy Living News
    • March 2010

    Some people mistakenly believe clinical trials are a choice of “last resort.” Or, think their medical care could be compromised. Nothing could be further from the truth. Clinical trials provide the best standard of care available. And clinical trial participants may be among the first to benefit from what could be deemed the best new “standard of care” treatment!

  • WBGU-PBS Receives National Awards For Outreach Projects

    • BGSU Monitor
    • September 8, 2009

    WBGU-PBS earned national recognition for two community engagement efforts. The station was presented the My Source Community Impact Award for Engagement from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) for its "Building a Living Legacy of Hope," a yearlong cancer awareness project, and "There's No Place Like Home," a mortgage foreclosure outreach project.

  • Area Cancer Survivor Leads Outreach Effort

    • The Blade
    • May 19, 2008

    Being diagnosed with cancer can be so overwhelming, people often don't know what to do. Our goal is when cancer strikes, we want people to be able to know where to turn to navigate the road to recovery. I believe the future looks very bright if we can continue to get funding for cancer research and get people to participate in clinical trials. New cancer treatments depend on both.

Deborah Boyce, APR's Education

The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Madison Institute

In cooperation with the University of Wisconsin’s Graduate School of Business, Elements of Major Gifts

20142014

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University

Developing Major Gifts

20132013

Provide and cultivate leadership for your major gifts program. Develop a mission-based organizational vision for major gifts. Use current research to guide your approach, organize your major gift program, motivate volunteers and forge leadership partnerships. Define the roles of board and staff in major gift fundraising. Manage the 8-Step Major Gifts Process. Learn to address objections and help volunteers overcome their resistance to asking for gifts.

Activities and Societies: 2013 Hank Rosso Scholarship recipient

The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Madison Institute

In cooperation with the University of Wisconsin’s Graduate School of Business, Annual Giving

20132013

Create a culture of philanthropy, while planning, implementing, and evaluating a successful and comprehensive annual giving program for leadership giving and physician, medical staff and grateful patient campaigns. Develop strategies for coordinating annual, major and planned gift solicitation and stewardship, and working with volunteers.

Thanks to the AHP Foundation Scholarship Committee, I was awarded a 2013 Madison Faculty Endowment Fund Scholarship. The endowment was established in 2001 by James E. Connell, FAHP, CSA, in memory of his wife Margaret Lucchesi Connell.

Activities and Societies: 2013 Madison Faculty Endowment Fund Scholarship recipient

Stanford University School of Medicine

4th World Congress on Social Media & Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine & Biomedical Research

20112011

As a scholarship recipient and invited scholar panelist, I attended the Stanford Summit and Medicine 2.0 @Stanford: The 4th World Congress on Social Media & Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine & Biomedical Research. This patient-driven session focused on the perspective of ePatients in the realm of Medicine 2.0 and how individuals are empowering their own health care and health literacy through the use of social and emerging technologies.

Activities and Societies: Stanford ePatient Scholar Presenter

Tufts University School of Medicine

Digital Strategies for Health Communication

20112011

I attended a Summer Institute at Tufts University’s School of Medicine on New Media & Digital Strategies for Health Communication. Our case study project involved working with ABC News' Chief Health and Medical Editor Richard Besser, M.D. and staff to strategically re-position the public health work of ABCNews.com’s health division, where I was a valued new media/ health communications consultant to their journalistic efforts.

PBS Annual Conferences

New Media, Public Relations & Promotion

20022010

"The Digital Media Revolution - Building A Digital Strategy"
Austin, TX, 2010

PBS Annual Meeting & Showcases

Austin, TX, 2010
Dallas, TX, 2007
Las Vegas, NV, 2005
Miami, FL, 2003
San Francisco, CA, 2002

PBS Brand Masters Seminars

“Enhancing Your Visibility & Relevance in a Cluttered New Media Environment” Dallas, Texas, 2007.

“Successful Promotion, Development & Programming Connections” Las Vegas, Nevada, 2005.

“Strategies For Achieving Brand Loyalty” Miami, Florida, 2003.

Bowling Green State University

Doctoral Coursework, New Media Studies, 1:1 Marketing, Sociology

Focus - New Media Technologies
Cognate - Sociology
Selected course work includes:
· Communication Models for Organizational Development/Organizational Communication
· Marketing Principles
· Creative Strategies for Individualized Marketing Communications Using New Media
· New Electronic Media: Navigating the Net
· World Wide Web Development
· Seminar in New Media Research: Website Creation
· Telecommunications Law and Policy
· Seminar in Mass Communication Theory
· Readings in the Social/Policy Implications of New Communication Technologies
· Qualitative Research Methods
· Quantitative Research Methods
· Data Analysis Using SPSS

Mass Communication Award, awarded by BGSU's School of Communication Studies.

First Internet Achievement Award, awarded by Dr. Bruce Klopfenstein, Chair, BGSU's Telecommunications Department.

University of Notre Dame

Summer Institutes in Communications

Council for the Advancement and Support of Education Scholarship Winner
Summer Institute in Communications, University of Notre Dame, 1988.

Bowling Green State University

Master of Arts Communication, Communication & Organizational Development

Full-time Graduate Teaching Assistantship.

Interdisciplinary degree combined courses in Mass Communication and
Interpersonal & Public Communication.
Cognate - Organizational Behavior & Development.

Bowling Green State University

Bachelor of Arts Communication, Interpersonal & Public Communication, Philosophy

Full-Tuition Debate Scholarship.

Top Freshman Debater.

Billboard Magazine Award 1st Place Winner.
“Harry Chapin Visits Toledo” - Top Special Broadcast Programs.

Numerous Debate Awards for interscholastic and intercollegiate competition
in Debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate & Student Congress.

Numerous Public Speaking Awards for interscholastic and intercollegiate competition
in Persuasive, Informative, Impromptu, & Extemporaneous Speaking, Rhetorical Criticism,
Oral Interpretation of Poetry, Oral Interpretation of Literature & Dramatic Duo.

Deborah Boyce, APR's Volunteer Experience & Causes

  • Volunteer Experience

    • Prayer Committee

      Saint John XXIII Faith Community
      2014 present (less than a year)
    • Small Faith Group Leader

      Saint John XXIII Faith Community
      March 2014 April 2014 (2 months)
    • Board Member

      Toledo Community Oncology Program
      • Health
      2007 2012 (5 years)
    • Vice President

      Friend of BGSU University Libraries
      • Education
      2009 2010 (1 year)
    • Professional Liaison

      Public Relations Student Society of America
      • Education
      1996 2009 (13 years)
    • Board Member

      Public Relations Society Of America, NW Ohio Chapter
      • Education
      1998 2004 (6 years)
    • President

      Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), NW Ohio Chapter
      2001 2003 (2 years)
    • President Elect

      Public Relations Society of America, NW Ohio Chapter
      • Education
      2000 2001 (1 year)
    • Accreditation Chair

      Public Relations Society Of America, NW Ohio Chapter
      • Education
      1997 2002 (5 years)
    • National Assembly Delegate

      Public Relations Society Of America, NW Ohio Chapter
      • Education
      1999 2002 (3 years)
    • Program Chair

      Public Relations Society of America, Counselors to Higher Education
      • Education
      2000 2001 (1 year)
    • Secretary/Treasurer

      Public Relations Society of America, Counselors to Higher Education
      • Education
      1998 2000 (2 years)
    • Secretary

      Public Relations Society of America, Educational & Cultural Organizations
      • Education
      1995 1998 (3 years)
    • Job Connections Chair

      Public Relations Society Of America, Northwest Ohio Chapter
      • Education
      1996 1997 (1 year)
    • Treasurer

      Public Relations Society of America, Educational & Cultural Organizations
      • Education
      1993 1995 (2 years)
    • Membership Chair

      Public Relations Society of America, Educational & Cultural Organizations
      • Education
      1992 1995 (3 years)
    • Governor of the Province of the Lakes

      Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Honorary
      • Education
      April 1988 March 1990 (2 years)
    • President/Treasurer

      Ohio Forensics Association
      • Education
      May 1986 May 1988 (2 years 1 month)
    • Lieutenant Governor of the Province of the Lakes

      Pi Kappa Delta Forensics Honorary
      • Education
      April 1986 March 1988 (2 years)
    • Vice President

      Ohio Forensics Association
      • Education
      April 1984 April 1986 (2 years 1 month)
  • Volunteer Interests

    • Causes I care about:

      • Arts and Culture
      • Children
      • Education
      • Environment
      • Health
      • Science and Technology
    • Organizations I support:

      • Saint John XXIII Faith Community
      • Public Broadcasting Service
      • NPR
      • United States Soccer Federation
      • Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

Deborah Boyce, APR's Skills & Expertise

  1. Media Relations
  2. Public Relations
  3. Social Media
  4. Marketing Communications
  5. Editing
  6. Fundraising
  7. Digital Media
  8. Grant Writing
  9. Event Planning
  10. Community Outreach
  11. Event Management
  12. Integrated Marketing
  13. Journalism
  14. Television
  15. Crisis Communications
  16. Strategic Planning
  17. Public Speaking
  18. Community Development
  19. Digital Strategy
  20. Advertising
  21. Newsletters
  22. Press Releases
  23. Broadcast
  24. Blogging
  25. Health Promotion
  26. Project Management
  27. Strategic Communications
  28. Corporate Communications
  29. Marketing
  30. Communication Skills
  31. Creative Direction
  32. Entrepreneurship
  33. Publications
  34. Leadership
  35. Radio
  36. Publicity
  37. Video
  38. Copywriting
  39. Social Networking
  40. Speech Writing
  41. Competitive Analysis
  42. Web Development
  43. Volunteer Management
  44. New Media
  45. Web 2.0
  46. Social Media Marketing
  47. Patient Advocacy
  48. Strategic Partnerships
  49. Special Events
  50. Multimedia

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Deborah Boyce, APR's Organizations

  • Saint John XXIII Faith Community

    • November 2013 to Present
  • National Association of Fundraising Professionals

    • February 2013 to Present
  • Public Relations Society of America

    • October 1986 to Present
  • United States Soccer Federation

    • February 2002 to Present
  • Northwest Ohio Soccer Officials Association

    • February 2002 to Present
  • Ohio High School Athletic Association

    • July 2005 to Present
  • Friend of BGSU's University Libraries

    • January 2009 to January 2011

Deborah Boyce, APR's Languages

  • French

  • Spanglish

  • Latin

Deborah Boyce, APR's Additional Information

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Honors and Awards:

Madison Faculty Endowment Fund Award to attend the 2013 AHP Institute for Healthcare Philanthropy, Madison, WI.

Stanford University School of Medicine ePatient Scholar Scholarship to attend Stanford MedX 2013.

2013 Hank Rosso Scholarship to attend the Indiana University School of Philanthropy.

Stanford University School of Medicine ePatient Scholar Scholarship for Stanford Summit and Medicine 2.0 @Stanford, 2011.

My Source Community Impact Awards For Engagement, awarded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for: “Building a Living Legacy of Hope” cancer awareness outreach project and “There’s No Place Like Home” mortgage foreclosure intervention, 2009.

My Source Community Impact Award For Education, awarded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 2009.

PBS Brand Masters Scholarship Award, 2007.

National Center For Outreach Scholarship Awards, 2005 & 2006.

Who’s Who In Public Relations, 1991.

Who’s Who In The Midwest, 1991.

Outstanding Young Woman In America, 1986.

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