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Presenters

#2023NVC

Angela McGregor

Principal Consultant, RTO Consulting

Angela has worked as a consultant since 1999. 

During this time she also set up and managed RTO for 9 years. 

She particularly enjoys setting up new RTOs, assisting with course accreditation, professional development of RTO compliance staff and administrators and the development of assessment writers. 

A trainer by heart, Angela is committed to  developing the skills of people within the VET sector.

Angela McGregor

Bernard Agana

Assistant Team Leader - Science Health and Agriculture, VETASSESS (a subsidiary of Bendigo Kangan Institute)

Bernard has obtained a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Victoria University Melbourne under the Australian Leadership Awards program.  Bernard has previously worked in the construction and manufacturing industries and has also taught in some of the top learning Institutions in the Philippines.  

His most recent research work focused on evaluating selected Chinese vocational qualifications against the Australian standard.  The research identified some gaps needed to be addressed by the Chinese institutions for their courses to meet the Australian standard.

Bernard Agana

Coleen Rivas

Managing Director, Raspberry Training and Consulting

Coleen is the Managing Director of Raspberry Training and Consulting.

She has 20 years of experience in the VET sector having owned and managed various RTOs, and she is an experienced instructional designer and VET professional.

She is passionate about quality vocational education and the delivery of best practice competency assessment.

Coleen Rivas

Dr Deniese Cox

Founder, TeachingOnline.com.au

Deniese is known as the go-to source for exceptional online teaching strategies that really are effective. Every research-driven strategy presented by Deniese has been extensively trialled, refined, and proven to work in a variety of VET settings by diverse educators and learners.

With extensive hands-on experience of her own in the online space, a Masters in online learning and a PhD in online VET, Deniese is ideally placed to help all educators and teams cut through the noise around teaching online.

Her ongoing research is what enables Deniese to continuously bring you the latest insights, and her commitment to developing practical strategies is what makes her sessions really stand out. Consistently one of our most highly rated speakers, you don’t want to miss her presentations!S/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety) 

Dr Deniese Cox

Dr Deniese Cox and Chemène Sinson

Founder, TeachingOnline.com.au & Founder, Blackwater Projects

About Deniese:


Deniese is known as the go-to source for exceptional online teaching strategies that really are effective. Every research-driven strategy presented by Deniese has been extensively trialled, refined, and proven to work in a variety of VET settings by diverse educators and learners.

With extensive hands-on experience of her own in the online space, a Masters in online learning and a PhD in online VET, Deniese is ideally placed to help all educators and teams cut through the noise around teaching online.

Her ongoing research is what enables Deniese to continuously bring you the latest insights, and her commitment to developing practical strategies is what makes her sessions really stand out. Consistently one of our most highly rated speakers, you don’t want to miss her presentations!

About Chemène:


Chemène is a freelance learning and performance specialist who helps individuals and organisations design, develop and deliver learning and assessment experiences that lead to improved performance.

She has worked in the VET sector since 2000 and specialises in TAE qualifications.  In recent years she has focussed her own professional development on foundation skills and is the administrator of the LLN and VET Meeting Place website. Chemène is a regular speaker at conferences and special events.

Dr Deniese Cox and Chemène Sinson

Dr Phil Rutherford

Training Manager Defence Projects , Nova Systems

Phil Rutherford has had a dual career, spanning over 50 years with the military (regular and reserves) while at the same time building a civilian career in vocational education and training. 

In between periods on full-time military service he worked in both the public and private sectors at every level of training, from trainer to training manager, manager of training establishments, to university lecturer.

He has presented papers at national and international conferences on best-practice VET training and assessment. He began his military career in communications and served on a number of overseas postings. As a reservist, he concluded his career researching and providing advice to the CDF and relevant Ministers and the Governor General on matters concerning honours and awards. 

His greatest successes have included leading the creation of some of the world's largest VET systems while at the same time reforming training across the Australian Defence Forces. 

He is currently advising government and managing training that supports the introduction into service of a number of critical Defence capabilities.

Dr Phil Rutherford

Fay Staios and Lauren Zelunka

Strategic Lead Workforce Development and Education Officer, Turning Point

About Fay:

Fay Staios is an experienced Director/Manager who has worked in both Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training (public and NGO) for over 25 years, across a range of sectors.

Her experience includes work at a federal agency implementing public policy in education at a national level, working with all jurisdictions across Australia. Fay holds a degree in Education and a post graduate degree in Business.

About Lauren:

Lauren is an education officer at Turning Point working in a number of programs including BreakThrough: Families Understanding Addiction and VET courses. 

As part of the BreakThrough team, Lauren develops content and facilitates online and face-to-face education and support sessions for families across Victoria dealing with a loved one's drug use. Lauren is a qualified counsellor and has worked in the AOD for the past 10 years in both community and residential services. Throughout this time, Lauren has also completed a graduate certificate in Addictive behaviours and holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Fay Staios and Lauren Zelunka

Janelle Manton

Personal Empowerment Facilitator & Coach, Trainer of Trainers

Janelle has trained in VET sector for nearly 11 years delivering TAE products, mostly Cert IV TAE. 

She has more than 20 years experience in Personal and Professional development facilitation and coaching and currently also facilitates the 10860NAT Cert III in Personal Empowerment with Blueprint Career Development.

She has extensive public speaking experience and is dedicated to helping people and trainers be more engaging, authentic and dynamic in life and their careers..

Janelle Manton

Jason Ash

General Manager, MRWED Training and Assessment

Jason has more than 15 years of training and assessment experience, gained predominantly in corporate environments. He has specialised in delivering training in sales, coaching, business communication and management and has received international acclaim for his work in Learning and Development. Jason was the winner of the Platinum Award for “Best Young Learning Leader” at the 2011 LearnX Asia-Pacific Awards and was named a young trainer to watch by US Training Magazine in 2012.

Jason is a two-time MRWED Trainer of the year and is one of only three trainers in Australia certified to deliver Bob Pike’s Train-the-Trainer Boot Camp, the world’s most well-respected trainer training program. A strong advocate for the participant-centred approach to training, Jason has spoken on the topic of Creative Training Techniques at conferences all over Australia and at multiple events in the United States.

Jason Ash

Jason Blinman

CEO & Founder, The Maven Effect

Jason Blinman is currently the Chief Executive Officer & Founder of The Maven Effect, but more recently, feedback has founded him to be classified as “A Unicorn; a majestic creature to behold both personally and professionally yet amazing to watch in action due to our limited comprehension of its magical abilities”.

Jason has held Senior, Executive and Board roles in RTO’s, Corporate L&D, Human Resources and Operations arenas.

Before opening The Maven Effect, Jason held the role of Operations Manager of a prominent club in Sydney Australia. Combining exceptional strategy building techniques with “out of this world” people skills, Jason lead the company to boost its profit growth by $15 million in one financial year.

Jason is a highly regarded Leader of industry, who brings a wealth of experience to each interaction, working with and learning from some of the World’s most recognised and loved brands such as The Disney Institute and McDonald’s Australia’s RTO. Jason's Vision - "I want to change the hearts of Leaders everywhere".

Jason Blinman

Josh Michel

NSW Campus Manager, William Angliss Institute of Education

I am a chef with over 25 years experience in some of Sydney's and the worlds best restaurants. 

In 2006, I embarked upon a career into Hospitality training and assessing and never looked back. 

I have worked in a number of different roles over the years including trainer, education manager and most recently, as a member of the William Angliss Institute Education leadership team as the NSW Campus manager. 

I still work in the industry and strongly believe in maintaining currency through my own lifelong learning journey, as this benefits our students. Establishing rapport, trust and upmost respect between trainers and students through open communication and creating an engaging learning environment is key. 

As with all things in hospitality the most successful dishes involve finding that right mix of ingredients such as engagement, empathy and passion. My session will help you find your key ingredient to help keep your teams and students engaged.

Josh Michel

Kerri Buttery

Founder, Digital Literacy Licence

Digital Literacy Licence (DLL) is the brainchild of Kerri Buttery, who founded the company in 2021 after a rewarding, decades-long career in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

Kerri's first foray into education saw her delivering VET in Schools (VETiS) programs in Queensland as a qualified secondary school teacher. This evolved into working as an auditor in the VET sector, then as a consultant assisting RTOs in maintaining compliance and delivering quality eLearning solutions

Kerri is also the founder of VETNexus. An Organisation that works alongside education providers to strengthen the relationship between compliance, technology and innovation.

Kerri Buttery

Kevin Ekendahl

CEO & Principal Lead Auditor, Audit Express

Kevin is the Chief Executive Officer and Principal Lead Auditor at Audit Express. 

He has extensive experience working in senior management positions across the training and education sector and as a board member on health regulation and community organisations.

 Having built and managed a registered training organisation, Kevin understands the importance of ensuring there is the right balance between growth and compliance.

Kevin Ekendahl

Lauren Hollows

Director, Aniwaya Education Services

Lauren is the Director of Aniwaya Education Services, who provide highly contextualised assessment tools for RTOs, schools and higher education providers.

Over the last ten years, Lauren has worked in a range of roles including as a teacher, trainer, administrator and a range of senior management roles relating to compliance, quality, operation and business development.

Bringing her unique perspective to the conference based on her experience in recent audits, Lauren is passionate about helping individuals and organisations find practical and actionable ways to improve the quality of VET through developing quality VET practitioners. 

Lauren Hollows

Laurie Kelly

CEO, Brain Friendly Training Pty Ltd

Laurie speaks Nationally and Internationally on how to use current knowledge of ‘how the Brain works’ to maximize the Impact of Training and new Learning.

He is one of Australia’s Master trainers, having built a reputation since 1992 on delivering ‘Skills-based’ Professional Training for Adult educators in how to deliver content so Learners learn and the Learning Sticks.

He brings with him an enormous variety of life and corporate experience, working with groups as varied as Major and small RTOs, The Banking Ombudsman’s Office, Jockeys, H.R. Managers, CEO’s, Railway Gangers, Students, and Nursing Educators, Medical Consultants and Registrars from some major Australian Hospitals.

Laurie promises to ‘walk the talk’.  No fluff - just practical skills. Expect to experience the principles of Brain-Friendly Training in practice and see how it works for you.

These are the skills of delivery that trainers need, and student so desperately seek.

Laurie Kelly

Loraine D'Silva

Director, ConsultNOW

I am the Director of ConsultNOW, a RTO consultancy service that champions support for the VET industry in Queensland.  My vision is to ensure every RTO is supported in its endeavour to establish, develop and maintain quality training/assessment management systems with 100% compliance outcomes.

Having worked as a Senior Regulatory Auditor with the Queensland Department of Education and Training in the past, I have had the opportunity to audit RTO's across a wide range of industries and know the pulse of this industry and the compliance issues it is plagued with. This role reversal enables me to work with RTO's and help bridge this gap between regulatory bodies and the VET sector.

At ConsultNOW, we specialise in helping RTOs interpret the requirements of User Choice, Certificate 3 Guarantee and the Standards for RTOs 2015. We will help you establish and maintain:

  • reliable management systems to comply with specific funding program requirements
  • consistent and quality training and assessment processes
  • low risk status with the regulatory bodies (ASQA and DET)

My extensive background in the VET industry, predominantly through my years of experience with the Queensland Department of Education and Training, has shaped me into a proficient VET industry expert. My subject matter expertise ranges in all aspects of:

  • Queensland User Choice
  • Queensland Certificate 3 Guarantee
  • NVR Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015.
  • ISO Standards Integrated Management Systems (ISO 9001:2015 Quality, ISO 14001:2015 Environment, AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety) 

Loraine D'Silva

Marc Ratcliffe

CEO and Founder, MRWED Training and Assessment

Marc is a multi-award-winning trainer, author and education entrepreneur. He is the CEO and founder of MRWED Training and Assessment, a private RTO that specialises in Trainer Training.

He is a strong advocate for "edu-tainment" and believes that learner involvement and fun are integral to student success. He continues to be an in demand conference speaker and workshop facilitator, having presented at more than 50 conferences in a dozen countries in the past decade and was recently named as the winner of the “Best Training and Development Leadership” Award for 2017 at the World Training and Development Congress in Mumbai.

Marc Ratcliffe

Marianne Bateup

Founder and Director, Abilitise

Marianne is the Founder and Director of coaching, consulting and training practice Abilitise. She is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, a TAE Diploma Certified Trainer, and a TDD Diploma Certified Instructional Designer. She has been a winner in CEO Today Magazine’s Executive Coaching Awards for Australasia for 2022, was ranked third in Influence Digest's list of the top 20 coaches in Sydney for 2021, and has been published in Coaching World. For 2022 her practice Abilitise has been awarded Leadership Coaching Firm of the Year for Australia and Best Leadership Development Training Provider for NSW.

Marianne has demonstrated success in supporting individuals, teams and businesses to recognise their potential, expand their capabilities and achieve personal and organisational excellence. With 25+ years across five continents, she has broad experience in a range of sectors. Marianne is skilled in executive, leadership, business, intercultural, career, life and wellness coaching, and facilitates workshops, strategic planning days and accredited courses. Marianne’s passion lays in supporting individuals, teams and businesses to achieve their goals, clarity on next steps and tangible, material outcomes.  

Marianne has an Executive MBA, a Master of Asian Studies and various qualifications in coaching, training, business and project management. 

Marianne Bateup

Matthew Dale

Co-founder, Educonomy

Matthew Dale has worked in a range of roles across the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector for more than 15 years, initially starting as a hospitality trainer to international students, before building a specialisation and focus in the areas of learning design, quality assurance and compliance. 

In 2012, Matthew established Audit Express, which is an award-winning consulting firm that specialises in quality audits and advisory services to the education, workplace health and safety, and the health and aged care sectors. Matthew is also the co-founder of Educonomy, an Australian-based consulting firm with a global reach. 

The team at Educonomy helps organisations to navigate their way through the digitisation of education and the complexity of the EdTech space. Educonomy works with industry, large employers, education providers, as well as both state and federal government departments and agencies. 

Matthew Dale

Melanie Alexandra

Education Services Advisor, Independent Schools Queensland Founder and Primary Consultant, VETExcel Consulting

Melanie has held a variety of roles within the academic and vocational education sectors over the past 25 years beginning as a schoolteacher and trainer, then progressing through roles such as Advanced Practitioner, Head of Curriculum, Head of Faculty, Head of Quality Assurance and RTO Compliance Manager. Melanie has also won awards for practice excellence in teaching and learning, and outstanding leadership in schools.

In recent years, Melanie worked as a Senior Lead Auditor of Vocational Education and Training (VET), conducting over 500 regulatory audits and registrations against the current VET Quality Framework and Standards for RTOs 2015. She has also developed a range of training, assessment, management and governance tools and resources to support VET practitioners nationally including a number of professional development programs to aid learning through online platforms.

Today Melanie continues her work as an Education Services Advisor of Vocational Education, Skills and Training for VET practitioners in Queensland schools and provides consulting support services to RTOs as a VET Consultant in her own right.

Melanie Alexandra

Melanie Evangelista

Sessional Academic, RMIT

Melanie started her PhD(Ed) in January 2020, having completed a Master of Education (Career Development) in 2019. Melanie undertakes research to determine the career influences of students pursuing STEM careers and is currently researching the career guidance given by school Career Development Practitioners.

Melanie is a qualified and registered Career Development Practitioner and Trainer/Assessor. Melanie has over 20 years’ experience in the VET sector, from being an Office Administration and First Aid trainer, to managing Registered Training Organisations.

CURRENT TEACHING:

  • Trainer  - TAE40116 + TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Monash Uni Student Association)
  • Casual Academic in the 106011 GradCert of Career Development program (James Cook Uni)
  • Teaching and Research Sessional in the GC044 GradCert in Careers Education and Development program (RMIT)
  • Careers Counsellor (Buckley Park College)
  • Trainer and Assessor - TAE40116 + TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE Training Academy)
  • Tutor in the  Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) (Uni of Southern Queensland)
  • Online Learning Advisor for GradCert Careers Education program (Queensland Uni of Technology)

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Completing: PhD (Education)
  • Completed: MEd, GradDipVET, BSci(AppPsych), BEd(FurtherEd&Trng), TAE50116, TAE50216, BBus(HRM) TAE40110"

Melanie Evangelista

Nancy Pavlovic

Managing Director, PAVLOV GROUP

The PAVLOV GROUP - Behavioural conditioning of Your business is focused on developing integrated and sustainable systems, process, people, performance, product service, and strategy, in a knowledge economy. She has worked in multiple sector industries including but not limited to multi-nationals in Aviation, Automotive, Construction, Defence, and Information Technology, at Federal and State Govt. She is an education strategist who works across the L&D, VET and HE sectors.

Undertaking her Master’s in eLearning is also an Academic Board Member of the Higher education Leadership Institute, representing the voice of the student. Nancy continues to make waves with her trademark engaging yet straightforward approach to developing lateral solutions where her clients feel a sense of ownership of the changes implemented because she makes the complicated and complex simple.

She is passionate about enterprise risk management and is disrupting cybersecurity education globally because cyber security is everyone’s responsibility.

Nancy Pavlovic

National Careers Institute (Invited)

National Careers Institute (Invited)

Panel: Lifeline WA

Casey Metcalf, Janet Pettigrew and Joanne Lockhart

About Casey:


Casey Metcalf has worked at Lifeline WA for four years and started her training to become a volunteer Crisis Supporter in 2017.

She has worked in the Commercial Services training team at Lifeline WA, delivering the national DV-alert program (domestic violence alert) and various other Lifeline WA training in communication skills, mental health and suicide awareness.

Casey joined the Crisis Support Team in August 2021 as a Crisis Support Trainer. She delivers the Crisis Supporter Worker Training to the students who will take calls for Lifeline’s national crisis support service 13 11 14.

About Janet:


Janet joined Lifeline WA in 2020 and is an accredited telephone Crisis Supporter and qualified  Trainer and Assessor.  She has a Diploma in Counselling and a Masters in Professional Communications.

Janet joined Crisis Support Training team as a trainer and assessor in 2022.  She has a background in the arts and has been self employed as an actor, film and TV producer, and celebrant.  She has also worked in various leadership, advocacy, and communication roles for non-government organisations in the environment, education and social services sectors.

About Joanne:

Joanne has been a qualified Trainer/Assessor since 2016. Delivering the Crisis Supporter skill and various areas of Mental Health training including gaining Master Trainer accreditation in delivery of the Internationally recognized Applied Suicide prevention Training (ASIST).

In her current position as the Training & Quality Manager at Lifeline WA, she is deeply passionate about seeing people develop, gain confidence and broaden their skills to take into the community to support others.  Her motto is  “A comfort zone is a beautiful place but not much grows there”  She believes that to achieve that growth the right support and a safe space to learn and receive feedback are critical.

Panel: Lifeline WA

Rachel Leigh Taylor

Senior Medical Education Officer - NT Department of Health

Rachel Leigh Taylor is an Educational Specialist with more than 25 years’ experience in vocational and workplace-based education and training programs.  

With a strong background in compliance and quality auditing, Rachel works with RTOs and other Training Providers to develop systems, processes and documents that assist with capture of data and evidence to demonstrate hoe training provision aligns with the curriculum frameworks and meets accreditation and compliance requirements.

Rachel Leigh Taylor

Sarah Phillips & Melissa Palmer

Co-Founder & Managing Director and Director, Pop Education

About Sarah:

Sarah is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Pop Education. Since 2005, she developed VET resources in the online and blended space. Sarah has developed assessments for over 300 unique units of competency and began her assessment career developing assessments for 12 months under the guidance of an ASQA auditor.

Sarah’s previous background in e-learning has allowed her to combine her skills to be a thought leader in the niche space of online assessment, in particular simulations, and has designed models for validating online assessments and assessment methodology. She is highly regarded in the sector for her management of large projects and her personable approach to client needs, and delivers high quality materials and training, leading her team by example. With a Bachelor of Adult Learning and Development, coupled with a Diploma of e-learning and qualifications in Auditing and Project Management, Sarah knows all facets of resource development.

About Melissa:

Melissa is a Director at Pop Education, joining the team in 2017. She brings 15 years’ experience in the VET sector across a wide range of roles and training organisations both in the public and private sectors. Melissa’s career has seen her become a leading assessment specialist. With the past seven years specifically working in roles providing assessment specialist services in assessment development, assessment validation and training and mentoring.

In particular, Melissa specialises in developing assessments for the digital space, and writing detailed simulations for a range of simulation types, including class-based role plays, animated decision trees, and project based simulation work place activities.

Sarah Phillips & Melissa Palmer

Saxon Rice, Chief Executive Officer at Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)

Saxon Rice, Chief Executive Officer at Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)

Stephen Huntley

Assistant Director Volunteer Learning & Development, ACT Emergency Services Agency

Steve is currently responsible for training of the ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT State Emergency Service volunteers. A current volunteer with the ACTRFS, Steve has previously held roles with NSW National Parks in operational support and as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Steve has been engaged with VET training for the last ten years and currently sits on the AFAC Technical Advisory Committee for fire training.

Steve holds a MBA from Monash University, a Bachelors degree in Management and Incident Management qualifications as a planning and operations officer.

Steve has facilitated VET training in units of competency from the public safety and conservation and land management qualifications.

Stephen Huntley

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Toby Jones

Director Strategic Partnerships, Learning Vault

Toby Jones is a leading education technologist with a focus on emerging technologies and their potential impact on education. As Director of Strategic Partnerships at Learning Vault, Australia's first digital badging agency, Toby is at the forefront of the digitisation of learning. He brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his role, working with educators and institutions to leverage emerging technologies.

Toby is a passionate advocate for this sector and enjoys exploring the fundamentals of these emerging technologies and their potential to transform the educational landscape. With a focus on practical applications and real-world examples, Toby provides a unique perspective on the future of education and the tools that will shape it.

Toby Jones

Tony Kirton

Founder & Senior Designer, Engage Learning and Development

Tony Kirton is an instructional designer and learning facilitator with more than a decade’s experience in learning and development.

Known for his engaging and evidence-based approach to workplace learning, Tony facilitates training with several of Australia’s leading training providers including speaking at various conferences around Australia.  

Tony’s extensive experience in the application of learning design theory includes the design of hundreds of training programs and more than one thousand assessment resources from nearly 30 different qualifications.

Tony Kirton

Tracie Parisi

Founder of Student Convert

Tracie is a multi award winning business woman with over 25 years of business experience. 

She specialises in media buying, marketing, sales and strategic consulting to RTOs & Education Companies.

As the Founder of Student Convert, Tracie’s advice and campaigns have netted tens of millions of dollars in revenue for her private clients.

Tracie Parisi

Will Stubley & Nicholas Robert

Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Year13 & CEO & Founder at Learning Vault

About Will:

Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Year13, Australia’s largest digital platform for Gen Z, and Career Tools, Australia’s Leading Career Development Software, Will Stubley is passionate about industry’s role in the transition period from high school. 

Utilising his engineering background, Will is responsible for client infrastructures, digital product development, and strategy. He has directed the development of strategy for the Australian Government regarding effective communication with young people, and was recently a Board Member for the Jobs and Skills Council of Australia.

About Nicholas:

Nicholas is a co-founder of Learning Vault and loves leveraging technology and education to help build the workforce of the future. 

He believes learning is a life long process, and Learning Vault was designed to enable educational experiences consistently throughout a persons lifetime. From digitally credential achievements, down to assisting in the design of educational products.

Will Stubley & Nicholas Robert

Will Wheeler

Founder, Neurodiversity Academy

Will Wheeler is a proud neurodistinct person with dyslexia and ADHD, who has worked with people and organisations all over the world.

Will is also the Founder of Neurodiversity Academy, which is working hard to create the world’s first adult education college for neurodistinct people.

Will works closely with other community leaders to help promote and encourage organisations to develop neuro-inclusive working environments. This includes areas like recruitment, career progression, leadership, training and education. One of Will’s goals is to help schools and corporate organisations to fill job shortages. Will hopes to provide neurodistinct people with the proper training to fill these jobs and thrive in neuro-inclusive workplaces.

Will Wheeler

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