Leadership Forum

The WRISE Leadership Forum is an experience like no other. General registration for the 2020 Leadership Forum is now SOLD OUT. A few tickets will become available in the coming weeks so if you were unable to secure a ticket, we encourage you to join the wait list to increase your chances of getting a spot. 

There are also a few sponsorship opportunities available that include registrations. Learn more about those opportunities and get in touch if you’re interested.

2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Details
February 17th-20th | Austin, TX

The WRISE Leadership Forum is a unique experience, combining professional development with tools to advance renewable energy. Join professionals from across the country as we discuss current renewable energy trends and policy issues; all while gaining valuable tools to enhance your career and build your companies and organizations.

The Leadership Forum is also a great way to network with leaders from various sectors in renewable energy, like transmission, utilities, and development; all of which will be represented at this event.

Thank you to our 2020 Title Sponsor

The Leadership Forum is a can’t miss event.

General registration for the 2020 Leadership Forum is SOLD OUT

In 2019, the Leadership Forum SOLD OUT. We secured a larger venue for this year’s conference but also expect this year’s event to sell out. Don’t miss out and secure your spot early!

Early bird pricing is NOW available for the 2020 Forum. Early bird pricing ends January 17, 2020.


Type Early Bird Regular Onsite
Non-member $650 $725 $800
* WRISE General Member – ($35 level) $650 $725 $800
* WRISE New Entrant, RE Professional, or Leadership Circle Member – ($75, $125, $500 levels) $575 $650 $725
Academic/Non-Profit/Government $450 $490 $490
Volunteer $250 $250 $250


Press passes are available to accredited journalists via Lauren[at]wrisenergy[dot]org.

WRISE Leadership Forum 2020 (Exact times and details subject to change)

Stay tuned for detailed updates coming in the months ahead.

Ed Collier, with the Wind Portrait Project, will be on site taking professional headshots.


MONDAY, February 17, 2020


7:00-9:00 PM  Networking Dine Arounds


TUESDAY, February 18, 2020

7:30 AM – Registration Open

8:00 AM

Local Energy Tours – details TBA
Onsite Workshop – details TBA

12:00 PM – lunch on your own unless included with tour

1:00 PM – General Session: Welcome Speaker

1:30 PM – Structured Networking and Small Group Sessions

2:30 PM – Snack Break

3:15 PM – Principles in Practice Breakout Sessions (1 of 3)

Principles in Practice are a unique part of the Leadership Forum with 4 main tracks:
– Technology and Innovations
– Markets and Policy
– Professional Development
– Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

There will be 3 opportunities for Principles in Practice over the course of the forum.

4:00 PM – Long Break and Brave Space Conversations

5:30 PM – Evening Welcome Reception (heavy hors d’oeuvres)


WEDNESDAY, February 19, 2020

7:30 AM – Registration Opens (breakfast provided) and additional Brave Space Conversations

8:30 AM – Welcome and Opening Remarks

8:45 AM – Structured Networking Session

9:45 AM – Industry Trends

10:45 AM – Morning Break

11:00 AM – Principles in Practice Breakout Sessions #2 (See offerings above)

12:00 PM – Networking Lunch (lunch buffet provided)

1:30 PM – Keynote

2:45 PM – Principles in Practice Breakout Sessions #3 (See offerings above)

3:45 PM – Afternoon Networking and Snack Break

4:30 PM – General Session: Wise Women Panel and Q&A

5:30 PM – Closing Session and Individual Reflections

6:30 PM – Evening Networking Reception – (heavy hors d’oeuvres)

THURSDAY, February 20, 2020

7:30 AM – (breakfast on your own)

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Local Energy Tours – details TBA – please note some tours may run past noon.
Onsite Workshop – details TBA

12:00 PM – Departures (lunch on your own unless provided as part of your tour)

The Leadership Forum draws leaders from across the industry.


2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Keynote

Erika Irish Brown
Human Capital Management
Goldman, Sachs & Co

Erika is chief diversity officer, responsible for global diversity and inclusion strategy and driving inclusive culture initiatives and efforts related to the recruitment, retention and advancement of diverse professionals. She joined the firm as a managing director in 2018.

Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Erika was global head of diversity and inclusion at Bloomberg from 2015 to 2018. Prior to this, she led diversity hiring efforts at Bank of America between 2009 and 2015 and Lehman Brothers between 2005 and 2008.

Erika’s background includes a range of banking and finance roles, including head of business development for Black Entertainment Television, senior associate in the high yield capital markets group at Morgan Stanley and senior policy analyst for domestic finance for the United States Department of the Treasury. She began her career as an analyst in the public finance department at Lehman Brothers.

Erika is a member of the Executive Leadership Council, vice chair of the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation and serves on the Board of the Riverside Hawks.

Erika earned a BS in Economics from the State University of New York at Albany and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Speakers

Jennifer Allyn

Pre-conference workshop

Kamaj Bailey
Engagement Leader Talent Management
Con Edison

Session: Dealing with Burnout and Mental Health in the Workplace

Claire Broido Johnson
President and Founder, Managing Director
CBJ Energy

Session: Surviving When Your Company is Bought or Reorganizes

Claire is a senior operations executive with a proven track record in creating and managing successful businesses and driving operations (including as founder of SunEdison). After 9 years as President of CBJ Energy, a financing, operations, and business development energy solutions firm headquartered in Baltimore which served Next Step Living, Katerra and others, she now runs the University System of Maryland Momentum Fund which provides investment funding for promising technology ventures born out of USMs 12 constituent institutions.

George-Axelle Broussillon Matschinga
Director of Diversity & Inclusion
Sunrun Inc

Session: Why DEI Programs Fail: A Look at the Three Layers of Cultural Change

Karen Carlson
Team Lead, Diversity Equity and Inclusion Project

Session: Why DEI Programs Fail: A Look at the Three Layers of Cultural Change

Karen Carlson is the Team Lead, Projects and Planning for the People and Culture department at Vestas Americas. Karen leads regional initiatives such as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for North America and helps support a workforce of over 8,000 employees.

Karen joined Vestas in 2016 and has previously held other positions on the People and Culture team for North America. Since graduating college, Karen has worked in HR departments at private universities and colleges. Vestas is her first position in renewables. Karen is passionate about organizational readiness, authentic DEI conversations, and initiatives within organizations.

Karen holds a bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology and History from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA.

Kimberlee Centera
Terrapro Solutions

Session: Client-facing Negotiations

Kimberlee Centera is founder and CEO of TerraPro Solutions, a risk mitigation consultancy for the development and financing of large-scale generator energy projects for public utilities and community development. The company works on complex high-value projects such as a wind farm that powers a JP Morgan Chase property. TerraPro Solutions has generated over 10 GWs in renewables, making it the top risk management practice in the renewables market. Kimberlee is a respected renewable energy expert and a frequent speaker and educator at leading wind and solar conferences. She has been a guest on numerous radio programs and has provided commentary for National Public Radio’s Marketplace. Kimberlee Centera is the only female CEO of a privately held risk management consultancy in the USA.

Barbara Clemenhagen
VP of Market Intelligence
Customized Energy Solutions

Session: ERCOT 101

Wendy Davidson
Director of Business Development
Mortenson Construction

Session: How to Manage Equipment Risk in Renewable Energy Projects

Wendy Davidson is the Director of Business Development for Mortenson, a leading renewable energy builder and service provider. Wendy draws upon a diverse background to help utilities, independent power producers and developers successfully navigate the challenges of bringing renewable energy projects to the market. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Tech University. She is an active member of WRISE and AWEA.

Nisha Desai
Managing Director, Founder and CEO
Aurora Clean Energy Partners, Ennuity Holdings

Session: Surviving When Your Company is Bought or Reorganizes

Maria Dlagnekova
VP of Technical Support
American Wire Group

Session: Wise Women Panel

Maria has 40 years of engineering and management experience in power generation, power systems design, and grid integration. Prior to AWG, Maria was Director of Engineering at EDF Renewable Energy, managing an engineering team of civil, structural, electrical, and SCADA/Communications professionals. Maria was responsible for the technical support during development, design, construction, and energization of more than 4500 MW wind and solar projects.
She has expertise in plant engineering, operation, and maintenance of large industrial facilities in Europe and Africa and has a proven track record in contract management and procurement of equipment.
Maria earned her Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Technical University – Sofia, Bulgaria and a Masters in Social Management from the University of National and World Economy – Sofia, Bulgaria.
Maria is a member of AWEA since 2008 and is one of the founders of Wind and Solar Design Working Group. She is a member of IEEE PES ICC, WRISE and WIE.

Laura Frederick
Cleantech Attorney
Laura Frederick Law PLLC

Session: How to Manage Equipment Risk in Renewable Energy Projects

Laura Frederick is the Managing Attorney at Laura Frederick Law PLLC, a boutique law firm that helps energy businesses with procurement, technology, and operations. Laura has extensive experience working as a commercial lawyer for gas and electric utilities, solar and storage equipment manufacturers, and C&I and residential project developers. Before opening her firm in 2019, Laura was the lead commercial attorney supporting solar supply chain, O&M and engineering teams at Tesla and SolarCity.

Lauren Friedman
Training and Service Program Manager
GRID Alternatives

Session: Including Reentry in Hiring

Paula Garcia
Energy Analyst
Union of Concerned Scientists

Session: How Can We Achieve Resilience through Clean Energy

Paula García is a bilingual energy analyst in the Climate and Energy Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. She evaluates energy resource and climate change solutions in the electricity sector and works to advance public understanding of renewable and conventional energy technologies, policies and markets. Paula has championed energy justice and sustainability through the research questions she explores, the audiences that she engaeges with and the solutions that she recommends.

Ms. García has worked for several years as a researcher and analyst interacting with a broad variety of clients, including private sector, government, community-based organizations and international nongovernmental organizations. She came to UCS from Oxfam America, where she conducted research used to design an investment fund to support entrepreneurship initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean. As a consultant for Meister Consultant Group, she provided the Colombian government with information about how to develop renewable energy on a large scale.

Ms. García holds a M.A. in sustainable international development from Brandeis University and an industrial engineering degree from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Colombia, where she is originally from. She serves on the Boston Area Solar Energy Association’s board of directors.

Ariel Horowitz
Senior Program Director
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

Session: How Can We Achieve Resilience through Clean Energy

Ariel Horowitz is an expert in energy technologies, policies, and markets. As Senior Program Director at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), Ariel oversees much of MassCEC’s work with researchers and early-stage companies. Ariel also directs MassCEC’s resiliency, grid integration, and clean transportation work. Ariel joined MassCEC from Synapse Energy Economics, where she provided expert witnessing services and analytical support to clients including US EPA and state regulators. Ariel holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering from Swarthmore College.

Wahleah Johns
Native Renewables

Session: Wise Women Panel

Mike Kohn
Chief People Experience Officer
Marts & Lundy

Session: Why DEI Programs Fail: A Look at the Three Layers of Cultural Change

Mike is passionate about the world of people and business, sustainability and the environment, and helping others to make an impact in the world. As the Chief People Officer at Marts & Lundy, a philanthropy consulting firm that partners with non-profits on fundraising strategy, Mike partners across the company to create systems that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion while enabling individual and organizational growth across all levels. Mike got his start in HR at SmithGroup, a national architecture and sustainable design firm. He led HR teams in higher education at The George Washington University where he earned his MA in Organizational Leadership and subsequently partnered with the federal government while at Deloitte Consulting. Most recently, he built the people practice and function as the first Chief People Officer at Sparkfund, a clean technology company. When not at work, he’s spending time with his husband, Tony, and their dog, Spot, practicing yoga, at a spin class, playing board games, or trying a new restaurant around DC. He also sits on the Board of Directors at Freshfarm Markets, a local non-profit that works towards improved food access, equity, and education in the DC metro area.

Terea Macomber
Electric Vehicle Project Manager
GRID Alternatives

Session: Equitable Transition to Transportation Electrification

Terea Macomber is the Electric Vehicle Project Manager at GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest solar non profit. Terea helps lead GRID’s new clean mobility work, managing the implementation of California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) One Stop Shop Pilot Project. This statewide project’s primary goal is to streamline access to California’s electric vehicle, shared mobility, solar, and additional climate resiliency incentives for lower income, disadvantaged communities. Through a coordinated statewide outreach and education campaign and the development of centralized application process, the long term vision of the project is to provide communities that are disparately impacted by the climate crisis, the greatest access to climate resiliency technologies.

Terea leverages her passion for history and data analytics to inform her project’s strategy in hopes that zero emission, safe, and inclusive transportation is accessible to everyone regardless of race, gender, income, class etc.

Demetria Miles-McDonald
Founder and CEO
Decide Diversity

Session: Leading, Influencing, and Disrupting through the Lens of Intersectionality

Erika Myers
Principal Transportation Electrification

Session: Realizing the grid benefits of EV charging

Erika H. Myers is a Principal of Transportation Electrification for the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). Erika has 16 years of experience in the clean energy sector and specializes in the nexus between the grid, electric vehicles, and renewable energy. She heads SEPA’s transportation electrification research and was awarded the 2019 Public Utility Fortnightly “Fortnightly Under 40” award for her work around vehicle-grid integration.

Erika currently serves on an electric vehicle (EV) steering committee for the U.S. Department of Energy and is an EV advisor for the National Energy Foundation, a non-profit organization developing curriculum to increase EV literacy in K-12 schools.

Prior to joining SEPA, Erika spent four years as a consultant with ICF International where she helped electric utilities and local governments develop EV readiness plans. She also spent five years as the Renewable Energy Manager for the South Carolina Energy Office and was a Clean Cities Coordinator for the Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition. In these roles, she oversaw the development and execution of key state renewable energy and clean transportation policies, regulations, and grant programs.

Erika has a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina with a specialization in clean energy and climate science.

In her spare time, Erika volunteers for her city’s Energy Transition Subcommittee to increase the number of EVs and charging infrastructure. She is also a regular guest speaker for the Clean Energy Leadership Institute and mentors young professionals interested in a clean transportation career.

Briane Peters
Executive Director
American Reentry Initiative

Session: Including Reentry in Hiring

Briane Peters is the founder and Executive Director of American Reentry Initiative, a nonprofit organization that assists formerly incarcerated and court involved individuals navigate the court system and successfully reintegrate back into society. Briane is the main social programming architect of ARI, as well as the Supervising Intensive Case Manager of a growing team and caseload.

Before her dedication to the creation and successes of American Reentry Initiative and its clientele, Briane served as Legal Point of Contact and Case Manager of New Jersey Reentry Corporation’s Middlesex County office in New Brunswick, NJ from January 2018 to April of 2019.

Prior to her work at NJRC, Briane lived in London, England, in 2017, studying and practicing the United Kingdom’s criminal justice Reentry system. There she worked with the U.K.’s Blue Sky Development, assisting the agency in their connection with HM Prison Spring Hill in Aylesbury, England. Briane taught a master’s level class on Sex Offenders at the London Metropolitan University in November of that year.

Charisa Powell
Cyber-physical Security Researcher
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Session: Distributed Energy Resource – Cybersecurity Framework

As a recent Master’s graduate from Florida State University, Charisa Powell serves a dual role as an operational cybersecurity analyst and energy systems cyber resilience researcher. She is now expanding her skills in digital forensics and the cybersecurity assessment of Distributed Energy Resources, with long term goals of performing research in Red Team assessments of Industrial Control Systems. In her spare time, Charisa is a musician, climber, and acrobatic

Meredith Pringle
Converge Strategies

Session: How Can We Achieve Resilience through Clean Energy

Meredith has been an integral component of energy initiatives across the Department of Defense. She has worked across DoD and the Military Services developing and implementing policy and managing complex, high-visibility projects. Before joining Converge Strategies, Meredith served as a Project Manager for the Air Force Office of Energy Assurance, leading resilience focused projects across the Air Force. Previously, Meredith worked in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Installation Energy supporting OSD Energy Resilience efforts and leading the Congressionally mandated Annual Energy Management Report. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from the George Washington University and a BS in Business Economics from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.

Liz Ramsay Dalton
Executive Director
Clean Energy Leadership Institute

Session: Why DEI Programs Fail: A Look at the Three Layers of Cultural Change

Liz Ramsay Dalton is the Executive Director of the Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI), a non-profit dedicated to developing the next generation of diverse energy leaders. Prior to joining CELI, Liz served in the Obama Administration at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability. In this role, Liz was responsible for executing several of the Department’s critical missions including grid modernization research and development; transmission permitting; emergency response operations; national energy and infrastructure security. She also represented the Department as a Federal non-voting member of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s Member Representatives Committee and served as a Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute’s Energy and Environment Program.

An Arkansas native, Liz began her career in public service working for U.S. Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR). She holds a Master’s in Leadership from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and received her B.A. in Political Science from the College of Charleston. Liz currently serves on the Advisory Board for CleanTX and the Advisory Committees for the Atlantic Council’s Veterans Advanced Energy Project and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Energy and Environment Directorate.

Alonzo Reed
Director, Community Solar Program
Power 52 Energy Solutions

Session: Including Reentry in Hiring

Alonzo Reed is the director of the community solar program at Power52 Energy Solutions, specializing in low to moderate-income customer acquisition. Alonzo is also a mentor for the District Court Re-Entry Program (DCREP) for Baltimore City’s returning citizens into the workforce and mentor/advocate for Power52 Foundation.

Alonzo has set his professional goals to bringing change to the world through both renewable energy, and renewing minds. He has been a huge part of Power52’s community solar program’s success by partnering with local companies, and non-profit organizations that employ individuals with lower income. Alonzo completed his Solar Installation training at the Power52 Institute of Maryland, where he was able to obtain multiple certifications including; National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), CPR/AED, and project manager professional diploma. Alonzo also is also a licensed Life Coach in which he uses to mentor returning citizens from the prison system into the workforce because like them he has had a hiccup in his past. Alonzo did not let his past dictate his future, so he strives every day to give other people the same motivation to do better and lead by example. This is Alonzo’s way of “Empowering Nations By Empowering People”.

Tami Reynolds
Business Development Lead & Program Controller for Cyber Security &
Resilience Group
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Session: Distributed Energy Resource – Cybersecurity Framework

Tami Reynolds is the Business Development Lead & Program Controller for Cyber Security & Resilience group at National Renewable Energy Lab. She provides technical leadership on the emerging Distributed Energy Resources Cybersecurity Framework (DERCF) tool. She works closely with CIO’s and CISO’s of multiple private industry partners on Cyber-governance assessments in the electric utility sector with a deep understanding of Department of Energy (DOE) Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (C2M2) and NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Tami works closely with the Energy Security & Resilience Center to ensure tasks and deliverables for entire program are met through strong business processes, collaboration and customer relationship management.

Tami has worked at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory since 2014 and developed strong external partnerships, coordinated conferences, and leads teams in project planning, technology transfer and equipment procurement.

Cari VanAmburg
Manager of Government & Policy Affairs
Recurrent Energy

Session: ERCOT 101

Anne Weisberg

Session: Pre-conference workshop

Tanya Willacy
General Counsel
ENGIE Storage Services

Session: How to Manage Equipment Risk in Renewable Energy Projects

Tanya Willacy is the General Counsel of ENGIE Storage Services, which provides energy storage solutions for C&I and utility-scale projects. Tanya previously supported energy equipment and related business issues at SunEdison and Pacic Gas & Electric.

Kiera Zitalman
Senior Manager
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

Session: How Can We Achieve Resilience through Clean Energy

Kiera Zitelman is a Senior Manager in the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Center for Partnerships & Innovation, where she manages federal grants pertaining to natural gas infrastructure, electricity policy innovation, carbon capture and sequestration, and energy resilience. She supports the NARUC Committees on Electricity, Gas, and Energy Resources and the Environment. Kiera has a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Maryland and a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University.


More speaker bios to be posted – check back soon!

2020 Leadership Forum Co Chairs

  • Raheleh Folkerts, 7X Energy
    Becky Diffen, Norton Rose Fulbright
    Sara Rafalson, EVgo

2020 Leadership Forum Planning Committee 

  • Katharine Beisner, Austin Energy
  • Bridget Callahan, Sol Systems
  • Serena Chen, Vestas
  • April Christensen, Invenergy LLC – Committee Chair
  • Chante Condit-Pottol, Vestas
  • Frances Cook, Invenergy LLC
  • Meghan Craig, OSEIA
  • Elle DeBlieck, Geronimo Energy
  • Lauren Friedman, GRID Alternatives
  • Noemi Gallardo, California Energy Commission – Committee Chair
  • Shannon Geiger-Risdon, GE Renewable Energy
  • Anne-Marie Griger, RES
  • Nichole Hanus, E3
  • Terea Macomber, GRID Alternatives
  • Sonia McMillan, Rubicon Capital Advisors
  • Margaret Montanez, Vestas
  • Grace Morrisey, Edison Energy
  • Paige Mortenson, Westwood
  • Sarah Pendergast, 8minute Solar Energy
  • Kacie Peters, Pivot Energy – Committee Chair
  • Melissa Peterson, Lincoln Clean Energy
  • Leanne Russell Fate, EDF Renewables
  • Lan Sasa, US Bank
  • Ebony Seymour, GQR Global Markets
  • Jamie Yarmoff, sPower

2019 Marketing Partners:


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$289 per night

Rates listed above are for single or double occupancy not including applicable state and local taxes.


Booking code: 2002WRSMTG




A limited number of discounted rooms have been arranged for WRISE attendees. Once the discounted rooms are sold out, the hotel may continue to accept reservations at the discounted rate on a space-available basis; however, they could be at a higher room rate.

Getting to LINE Hotel

Closest Airport:

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

3600 Presidential Blvd, Austin, TX 78719

Directions From Airport: (19 minutes, 9.7 miles)

  • Get on SH-71 W (Turn left out of Airport)
  • Continue on SH-71 W  (4 miles)
  • Take exit onto I-35 N (2.4 miles)
  • Take exit 233 onto Riverside Dr
  • Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto E Riverside Dr (1 mile)
  • Turn right onto S Congress Ave (0.5 mile)
  • Turn right onto E 1st St/E Cesar Chavez St. LINE Hotel is on the right. 

Ground Transportation from Airport Options

  • 20 minute drive via car or ride share (Uber, Lyft, Wingz, Ride Austin)
    • Daily valet parking at LINE Hotel is $10/day
  • 43 minute Public MetroBus – Route 20. Will take you directly from the Austin-Bergstrom Airport to Lavaca/10th Street. 7 minute walk to LINE Hotel. 

2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Title Sponsor:

2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Presenting Conference Sponsors 

2020 WRISE Leadership Forum Conference Sponsors 

Lunch Sponsor

Industry Trends

Keynote Session

Wise Women

Tuesday Evening Reception


Key Card

Professional Development/Recruiter

Event App

Wednesday Snack

2020 General Sponsors


Groundwork Renewables | EVgo

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