The Opportunity

Loyola Marymount University (LMU), a top-ranked university in Los Angeles, invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for its next senior vice president for student affairs.

LMU is a private Catholic university rooted in the Jesuit and Marymount traditions, grounded in a centuries-old educational mission that produces extraordinary graduates dedicated to service and social justice. LMU fosters a diverse academic community rich in intellectual engagement and real-world experience opportunities. U.S. News and World Report ranks LMU among the top five Jesuit universities in the country and the top six private universities in California.

LMU, an R2 institution in the Carnegie classifications, enrolls an academically ambitious, multicultural, and socioeconomically diverse student body and recruits, retains, and supports a diverse faculty committed to excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, and creativity. LMU is home to seven colleges/schools with more than 6,500 undergraduates, 2,000 graduate students, and 1,100 law students who benefit from the country’s top programs in film and television, business, science and engineering, creative arts, education, and the liberal arts. More than 95,000 LMU alumni live lives of meaning and purpose, demonstrating that their professional achievements are matched by an enduring commitment to improving the lives of others. LMU’s intercollegiate athletics teams compete in the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference.

The Position

Role of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs

The senior vice president for student affairs (SVPSA) is the executive officer charged with leading a vibrant student affairs division and providing dynamic and purposeful leadership in a university known for its excellence in transformative education. Reporting to the executive vice president and provost, the SVPSA serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet and is a key advisor to the provost and the president, especially, but not exclusively, on matters involving students and campus life.

The next SVPSA will have an opportunity to build on the success and considerable strengths of the student affairs division and chart its future course. Consistent with LMU’s distinctive Jesuit ideals of cura personalis (care for the whole person) and cura apostolica (care for the work), the SVPSA will actively promote the vision of a fully integrated student experience that combines the curricular and co-curricular dimensions of student life and enhances the LMU experience and sense of community for all students in an increasingly diverse and inclusive environment.

LMU’s student affairs division consists of the following departments which report to the SVPSA: dean of students, community of care (collaborative case management program), LMU CARES (education on university resources regarding sexual misconduct prevention), office for international students and scholars, student health services, student psychological services, parent and family programs, research and assessment, student success, Del Rey Players (student-run theatre), office of student conduct and responsibility, student media, student collegiate recovery, ethnic and intercultural services, student employment services, campus recreation and student facilities, center for service and action, student housing, and student leadership and development. The SVPSA currently has seven direct reports and is responsible for over 115 staff members.

History of the Position

Dr. Elena Bove served as senior vice president for student affairs for 34 years. In announcing her retirement to the LMU community in June 2021, President Timothy Law Snyder and Provost Thomas Poon said: “The end of an era is upon us.” They characterized Dr. Bove as one of the university’s most impactful leaders and said “the LMU of today reflects Bove’s transformative contributions and dedication to student success.”

LMU has retained Spelman Johnson to assist in recruiting the next senior vice president for student affairs to build on Bove’s accomplishments and ensure that the university is providing the very best student experience. Dr. Terri Mangione, dean of students and vice president for student affairs, will lead the student affairs division on an interim basis until a new senior vice president is appointed. The successful candidate will be expected to take office on or about June 1, 2022, or as soon as possible thereafter.

Key Opportunities and Challenges

The next SVPSA will have the opportunity to make a transformational impact on LMU and its students. The SVPSA will be a critical member of the senior leadership team and will envision and lead the next era of excellence and innovation for student affairs at the university. A confluence of factors—including a global pandemic, an economic downturn, and a reckoning and reawakening around issues of racial injustice—has contributed to a sense of apprehension and fatigue among students and staff nationwide, even as they exhibit remarkable adaptability and resilience in the face of unprecedented challenges.

This moment requires an exemplary student affairs executive who can lead in a time of change—a person who will embrace the challenges of the moment and others that will emerge. LMU seeks a proven leader who has demonstrated skills in developing vision and strategy to inspire others and achieve meaningful impact. This person will bring new energy and life to the division, paying particular attention to student well-being and staff success, as well as cultural and symbolic frames of leadership. They will not arrive at LMU with a playbook; they will bring a history of driving innovation and finding solutions that lead to positive outcomes.

The new SVPSA will be expected to address the following opportunities and challenges, among others:

Serve on the university’s senior leadership team as a vital colleague, partner, and subject matter expert

As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the SVPSA will collaborate with campus leaders and advise on an array of critical issues facing the university. LMU recently adopted its new five-year strategic plan, and the SVPSA will play a pivotal leadership role in implementing initiatives related to the student experience. The SVPSA must be able to work as a collaborative partner with other senior leaders in advancing the university’s mission and strategic commitments. As LMU’s chief student affairs officer, the SVPSA will help senior leaders understand the lived experiences of LMU students and the impact of university policies and decisions on them. The SVPSA will be expected to pose challenging questions and suggest insightful solutions on complex matters to stimulate the best thinking among LMU’s leadership.

Develop and advance an innovative, inclusive, and unifying strategic vision for student affairs

The SVPSA will be a leader with strategic vision, an understanding of best practices in student affairs, a commitment to racial equity and inclusive excellence, and the creativity to meet the challenges facing higher education in the 21st century. The SVPSA must have a positive, proactive focus, leading the division to continue shaping and delivering the holistic and personalized student experience that is part of LMU’s signature value proposition. The SVPSA will assess current programs and services to identify ways to sustain and expand LMU’s strength in these areas by strategically prioritizing those elements of the LMU student experience most critical to whole-person flourishing and student success.

Promote a fully integrated student experience that combines the curricular and co-curricular dimensions of student life and enhances student persistence, retention, and success

The SVPSA will promote the vision of a fully integrated student experience that combines the curricular and co-curricular dimensions of student life. The SVPSA will help students balance the demands of their academic program with the wide array of options outside the classroom and will seek opportunities to incorporate intellectual engagement and personal growth in all areas of student life. The SVPSA will strengthen connections with the faculty and collaborate closely with the provost and academic deans to ensure features of a common LMU experience across academic units and programs and to promote yet-higher levels of student retention, persistence, and success. This SVPSA should promote equity-mindedness across LMU and take concrete steps to ensure that integration of student and academic life happens equitably for all students at the university.

Sustain a high level of direct engagement with students

The SVPSA will need to bridge the traditional perceived gap between students and administration by being visible on campus and accessible to students. This person must embody the LMU ideals of caring for the whole person, service to others, and advocating for justice, interacting openly and genuinely with students to solicit their input and ensure that students from all backgrounds and experiences feel welcome at the university. The SVPSA will earn the trust and respect of LMU’s students and provide a model of engagement with them for other administrators and faculty. The SVPSA will champion the division’s responsibility of co-creating a transformative student experience and lead student affairs in fostering opportunities that empower students to appreciate differences, broaden their worldview, and explore their potential for community impact. The SVPSA will work with other LMU units to help ensure the campus and surrounding community continue to be a safe and supportive environment for all students.

Support an increasingly diverse student body and build an inclusive environment that is grounded in Catholic and Ignatian ideals

As the university continues to build a more diverse student body, the SVPSA will work with colleagues to anticipate and respond to the changing social and academic needs of the next generation of incoming students in innovative and creative ways. The SVPSA should build relationships across the entire student body, with a particular focus on students who may be at the margins—including students of color, first-generation college students, and international students—in order to address their needs and provide a more cohesive approach to LMU’s increasingly diverse population grounded in the principles of Catholic social teaching, including the dignity of all persons, solidarity with those on the margins, and a preferential option for the poor. The SVPSA will partner with the new vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion to create a sense of belonging and equity for all students. The SVPSA should also be prepared to address issues of inclusion and exclusion in student groups on campus proactively. Working in close collaboration with other members of the LMU community, the SVPSA will envision new ways to encourage student social engagement that aligns with the university’s values and aspirations, brings people together across lines of difference, and broadens students’ social choices.

Refine organizational structure, prioritize staff engagement and professional development, and promote higher levels of transparency, collaboration, and innovation within the Division of Student Affairs

The new SVPSA will inherit a division with a talented and dedicated staff. As an experienced manager, the SVPSA will bring strong organizational development skills and a track record of building, managing, and intentionally bringing together cross-functional teams. The SVPSA will assess programs and structures to identify opportunities for improvement and greater collaboration across all departments and offices, enhance staff members’ capacity to assess student engagement and success, and renew the commitment to professional development and improvement among the staff. The SVPSA will leverage the staff’s broad expertise and deep knowledge of LMU to ensure a nimble and responsive organization that can significantly impact student success and outcomes, while also strengthening a culture of collaboration, innovation, and inclusive excellence in the division. The SVPSA will also provide mentoring, in-service training, and support to ensure that staff are equipped to respond to the changing needs of the university’s diverse student body, stay up-to-date on issues related to the student experience, and retain talent within the organization.


Qualifications and Characteristics

LMU seeks in its next SVPSA a talented leader of people and programs who thinks strategically, communicates effectively, manages resources wisely, and inspires the confidence and trust of others. The next SVPSA will be a deeply experienced, engaging, and innovative leader known for their forward-thinking strategies to anticipate and meet the needs of today’s students. Minimum qualifications include an advanced degree (doctorate preferred), substantial leadership experience in student affairs, and an understanding of the particular opportunities and challenges facing higher education and its students in the 21st century.

With a history of facilitating partnerships, driving innovation, and finding new solutions that lead to meaningful results, the ideal candidate must embrace and be energized by the challenges of the moment and others that will emerge. The successful candidate will also demonstrate a passion for engaging with and advocating for students; a commitment to developing and mentoring staff at all levels; the capacity to serve as a builder of community and culture with a commitment to fostering an anti-racist institutional climate that supports inclusive excellence; proven experience with interdivisional collaboration, particularly with academic affairs; and an affinity for the distinctive mission and character of the university.

While no single candidate will likely have all the ideal qualifications and characteristics, the successful candidate will possess many of the following attributes deemed desirable by members of the LMU community:

  • Successful experience as a strategic leader; an understanding of the full range of strategic issues in complex organizations, and the ability to execute large and ambitious plans with fiscal responsibility, sound management practice, and the ability to cultivate resources.
  • A dynamic leadership style with the ability to contribute to the university’s senior leadership team and to build effective partnerships with academic affairs, athletics, enrollment management, and other units across the institution.
  • Deep knowledge of current best practices in student affairs and the issues facing students in today’s higher education climate, including students of color, first-generation college students, LGBTQ+ students, and international students.
  • Proven skills as a senior manager; budgetary experience and an astute understanding of university finances; and a track record of effectively managing human, fiscal, and capital resources.
  • A deep understanding of the educational value of a diverse community; a demonstrated track record of advancing equity and diversity and enhancing inclusiveness.
  • Experience as a collaborative partner to revise or remodel embedded institutional policies, procedures, and norms that create structural barriers to the access and success of students, faculty, and staff from historically underrepresented and marginalized groups.
  • Strategic capacity with an affinity for change and continuous improvement through the use of data, and a willingness to look ahead, think big, and try new approaches.
  • Proven track record in developing and assessing innovative and engaging programming that connects students’ academic and co-curricular lives in a residential community.
  • Strong personal orientation toward collaboration, teamwork, transparency, accessibility, accountability, and delegation.
  • Ability to model a commitment to personal growth and development and to nurturing the talents of others through creative mentoring, coaching, and team building.
  • Ability to connect meaningfully with students and develop positive and productive relationships with student leaders who are engaged in activism and social justice efforts.
  • Openness to adapting mission-informed leadership practices grounded in the university’s Catholic spiritual, social, and intellectual traditions.
  • Ability to advocate for and engage with staff in ways that afford them voice and visibility and reinforce a sense of value and belonging among them.
  • Experience in and a working knowledge of fundraising and university advancement.
  • Good political acumen, with the ability to connect with a diverse network of internal constituencies and external stakeholders—including trustees, alumni, parents, donors, and community leaders—through excellent interpersonal, listening, and communication skills.
  • Proven ability to manage through crises with equanimity, discretion, and a sense of responsibility and respect for students, families, and the institution.
  • Approachable, optimistic, and intellectually curious with personal warmth, generosity of spirit, a can-do attitude, courage, and strong resilience in the face of disagreement or criticism.

Institution & Location

Overview of the Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs at Loyola Marymount University provides a variety of student-centered services, programs, and learning opportunities that reflect cura personalis (care for the whole person), a fundamental element of Jesuit education.

Student Affairs Mission

In the belief that the glory of God is a human being fully alive and grounded in both Jesuit and Marymount traditions, the Division of Student Affairs supports the Loyola Marymount University mission through programs and services designed to advance student learning.
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The following departments comprise the Division of Student Affairs:

Leadership Structure

The division’s leadership structure currently includes a leadership team and a management team. In addition to the SVPSA, the following administrators are members of the Student Affairs Leadership Team (SALT):

  • Dean of Students, Vice President for Student Affairs
  • Associate Vice President for Student Life
  • Associate Dean of Students/Chief Judicial Officer
  • Assistant Dean of Students (Student Employment, Ethnic and Intercultural Services, and Special Projects)

The Student Affairs Management Team currently includes the following directors who report to SALT members:

  • Assistant Dean of International Students and Initiatives
  • Assistant Dean for Ethnic and Intercultural Services
  • Assistant Dean of Students, Mission and Identity
  • Business Manager
  • Director, Campus Recreation and Student Facilities
  • Director, Student Health Services
  • Director, Student Housing
  • Director, Student Leadership and Development
  • Director, Student Psychological Services


Founded in 1911, LMU is embedded in the intellectual and cultural fabric of Los Angeles, the world’s creative capital, where the arts, entertainment, technology, business, and entrepreneurship flourish and where diverse religions, races, and languages interconnect. LMU’s main campus is located in the heart of Silicon Beach, where innovation and media thrive and where world-changing ideas are imagined and formed. LMU generates nearly $1 billion annually for California’s economy, with a direct economic impact of more than $705 million and more than 4,600 jobs concentrated in LA County.

LMU was voted one of the top 10 most beautiful campuses in America, overlooking the Pacific coast. In 2018, LMU opened a Playa Vista campus, marking its third location in Los Angeles, including its main Westchester campus and LMU Loyola Law School in downtown Los Angeles. President Timothy Law Snyder said, “The LMU Playa Vista Campus is a game-changer. As the University of Silicon Beach, our industry partnerships, immersive and interdisciplinary learning opportunities, career pathways, and ideal location are unmatched. LMU is already a crucible of creativity, where world-changing ideas are imagined and formed. Silicon Beach is one of the world’s fastest-growing startup ecosystems, an ideal counterpart for LMU as the definitive center for global imagination and its impacts.”

LMU’s highly esteemed faculty are globally recognized scholars, including Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, Fulbright scholars, and many other accomplished academic leaders. LMU has an average student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1 and has been recognized internationally as among the nation’s best for its programs, curricula, and student life. LMU ranks No. 64 among national universities on US News & World Report’s annual list, and the Wall Street Journal ranked LMU among the top 15 percent of all US colleges and universities in their World University Rankings in 2019. For LMU’s rankings, visit

LMU delivers an exceptional learning experience to its students. It recruits competitive students from an increasingly talented, diverse, and global applicant pool from every one of the United States and nearly 100 countries. The university’s co-curricular programs include 21 Division I and varsity sports, 19 housing facilities (3,700 bed with a revenue expectation of $45m), 201 registered student organizations, 24 international/national Greek fraternities and sororities, and nationally acclaimed, student-run media programs in radio, television, yearbook, and newspaper. LMU students are committed to working on behalf of others; they provide over 200,000 annual community and pro bono service hours to nearly 250 community organizations.

The distinctive character of Loyola Marymount is enhanced by the educational heritage of its founding and sponsoring religious orders: the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (Marymount Sisters), and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. The members of these religious orders, together with their faculty, staff, and administrative colleagues, share a common dedication to academic excellence, spiritual growth, and social justice as hallmarks of a contemporary Catholic university.


LMU offers rigorous undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs and by intention and philosophy, the university invites women and men, diverse in talents, interests, and cultural backgrounds, to enrich its educational community and advance its threefold mission:

The encouragement of learning
The education of the whole person
The service of faith and the promotion of justice

The university takes its fundamental inspiration from the combined heritage of the Jesuits, the Marymount Sisters, and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, a composite religious heritage that distinguishes LMU among Catholic universities. Institutionally committed to Roman Catholicism, LMU enrolls, employs, and celebrates the contributions of persons of all faiths to its distinctive mission.

Please visit Mission and Ministry to view the full Mission Statement.


President Snyder has called for LMU to create the world in which we want to live by educating high-potential students to become high-impact leaders.

In fulfillment of its mission, LMU will form a new generation of ethical leaders who will identify, analyze, and respond to the most challenging problems facing our rapidly changing global society.

Strategic Plan

“Creating the World We Want to Live In” is LMU’s strategic plan for the 2021-26 period. Following an 18-month process of community deliberation, the final text of the plan was recommended by the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, approved by President Snyder, and formally adopted by the Board of Trustees.

To view LMU’s strategic plan, see

Los Angeles, CA

Located in Los Angeles, LMU benefits from being in a dynamic city that brings into sharp focus the issues of our time and provides an ideal context for study, research, creative work, and active engagement. By intention and philosophy, LMU invites individuals diverse in talents, interests, and cultural backgrounds to enrich its educational community and to advance its mission.

The diversity of the Los Angeles area has always been one of its greatest strengths. Los Angeles has the largest Latino population of any major American city, and LMU is an emerging Hispanic-Serving Institution and was recently awarded the prestigious Hispanic Scholarship Fund Education Partner of the Year. It is also home to more Koreans than any other city outside of North and South Korea, and it is home to more Filipinos outside of Manila. In fact, more than half of the population in the K-12 school system is made up of ethnically diverse students. As America’s most populated county, LA County is also the third-most racially diverse county in the United States.

LMU students and faculty take all that Los Angeles has to offer and use it as a background for understanding the complexity of cultures, industries, images, and opportunities that Southern California embraces.


LMU is governed by its Board of Trustees and led by President Snyder and the President’s Cabinet, comprised of executive university leaders responsible for managing and overseeing the institution. The academic deans lead the university’s colleges, schools, and library.

The Board of Trustees is the legal governing body of the university. The board has ultimate responsibility for the educational, physical, and financial well-being of the university, as well as for its preservation and advancement as a leader in higher education.




Timothy Law Snyder, PhD, President

Timothy Law Snyder began his term as LMU’s 16th president on June 1, 2015. He has been a professor and administrator for more than 30 years at Jesuit institutions, most recently as vice president for academic affairs at Loyola University Maryland. He also served as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Fairfield University and dean of science at Georgetown University.

Snyder earned his MA and PhD in applied and computational mathematics from Princeton University. He holds a BA in psychology, a BS in mathematics, and an MS in mathematics from the University of Toledo.

Snyder has published and presented widely on his research interests, including computational mathematics, data structures, design and analysis of algorithms, geometric probability, digital processing, and computer music. He has also worked on risk assessment, with applications in commercial air travel, the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and other areas. Snyder is a sought-after speaker on millennial and post-millennial generations and how best to educate them. For more information, visit

During Snyder’s tenure, LMU has seen significant growth. The university has earned Carnegie R2 and National University status and opened its third campus in Playa Vista. Thanks to President Snyder, the university was selected to shelter the Omega chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society. LMU has also seen its popularity increase from 12,000 to 18,500 first-time college applicants, and its selectivity improved from a 53% to a 44% admission rate.

Snyder has called for LMU to embolden its public image, enhance its inclusive excellence, and increase its interdisciplinary collaborations. To this end, Snyder has launched a comprehensive campaign, currently in its quiet phase, as well as a multi-year brand development initiative including a comprehensive new visual identity system to elevate LMU’s visibility and promote a more-integrated communications strategy.

Thomas Poon, PhD, Executive Vice President and Provost

Thomas Poon became executive vice president and provost on June 1, 2017, and leads the university’s academic affairs and student affairs divisions, including overseeing the university’s educational, scholarly, creative activities, student development, and enrollment management areas. He reports to the president and is also a tenured professor of chemistry.

Poon previously served at Pitzer College in various senior leadership positions, including interim president, acting president, and senior associate dean of faculty. He was a professor of chemistry and held tenured faculty positions at Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College, and Scripps College, allowing him to interact with students, faculty, staff, and administrators at all three institutions. He has been a visiting scholar and assistant professor at Columbia University and was an assistant professor of chemistry at Randolph-Macon College.

He has written numerous peer-reviewed articles, including many with undergraduate co-authors. His collaborative research and analyses on the American sweetgum tree, for example, have been referenced in academic publications and extensively reported by the news media. Poon has contributed chapters and co-authored books on pedagogy and chemistry, and he is currently working on a book titled “Changing Your Narrative to Tell Your First Generation Success Story.” He has received multiple grants from the National Science Foundation to investigate topics ranging from his S-STEM work in the molecular sciences, the acquisition of a nuclear magnetic resonance instrument to support teaching and research, and other projects aimed at integrating the sciences into curricula. He pioneered textbook methodologies and created hybrid-learning approaches that have been adopted by other authors and have become prevalent in teaching chemistry. His OCHEM educational website has been highlighted in the journal Science and has helped college students learn organic chemistry since 1999.

Additionally, Poon has supported, developed, and led a broad range of academic and social justice initiatives in his higher education career. Highlights include his work in study abroad, including the establishment of an exchange program in Bhutan; the development of hybrid programs in Vietnam and Brazil; the enhancement of a tropical field station in Costa Rica; and the reopening of a program in Nepal just eight months after two devastating earthquakes. He also expanded mentorship resources for first-year students and provided opportunities for incarcerated men to earn college course credits through a partnership with the California Rehabilitation Center.

Poon earned his PhD in chemistry at UCLA in 1995 and his Bachelor of Science degree in 1990 at Fairfield University, a Jesuit institution. He has competed in several triathlons and marathons, including the Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York City, and Boston marathons. His personal interests include professional and Division I sports, film and cinema, and music. He plays guitar and ukulele and has recorded audiobooks for the visually impaired.

Academic Programs and Faculty

LMU offers more than 150 degrees, certificates, and credentials to prepare outstanding individuals for lives of meaning, purpose, and professional success. The institution’s breadth and depth in academics comes from pre-eminent faculty, who have built LMU’s reputation as one of the nation’s top universities.

Colleges and Schools

LMU’s seven colleges and schools boast best-in-the-nation programs in film and television, business, education, and more.


LMU offers a rich academic experience where students interact with world-class faculty in many different fields of study. Students have ample opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research and unique academic experiences in Los Angeles and throughout the world.

  • Number of full-time faculty: 600
  • Number of endowed chairs: 25
  • Faculty awards include 19 Fulbright Scholars, one Nobel Prize winner, one Pulitzer Prize winner, and two Princeton Fellowships

For additional information, please visit

The Student Body

  • Undergraduate: 6,564; Graduate: 1,869; Law School: 1,144; Total: 9,577
  • Undergraduate tuition + fees: $52,577 (2020-21)
  • Graduate tuition: $1,100-$1,733 (2020-21, per unit, by program)
  • Average room + board: $15,550 (2020-21)
  • Average undergraduate class size: 19
  • Average graduate class size: 14
  • Student to faculty ratio: 10:1
  • Ethnicity of students: African American: 6.8%; Asian: 9.8%; Hispanic/Latino: 22.7%; White/Non-Hispanic: 43.2%; Multi-race: 7.3%
  • International: 10.0%
  • Undergraduate students by geographic origin: California: 67%; Out of state: 33%

Benefits Overview

Benefits Overview

LMU offers comprehensive benefits as part of a total rewards package for the university’s faculty and staff. Descriptions of group healthcare, retirement, and other benefits are available at

Application & Nomination

Application and Nomination
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled; complete applications received by February 4, 2022, will be assured full consideration. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Confidential inquiries and nominations should be directed to Jim Norfleet at or Ashley Knight at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson by phone at 413-529-2895 or email at

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