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H.E. Dr. Ahmad Al Issa

Chairman of ETEC’s Board of Directors

H.E. Dr. Ahmad Al Issa

H. E. Dr. Husam Zaman

President of ETEC

H.E Dr.Husam Abdulwahab Zaman was appointed President of ETEC in 2019, after serving as a board member for three years. He has extensive executive experience in the education sector and was previously the president of Taif University, director general of the Regional Center for Quality and Excellence in Education, and campus president at Saudi Electronic University, In addition to various leadership positions at Taibah University. Zaman holds a PhD in administration and policy studies from the University of Pittsburgh.

H. E. Dr. Husam Zaman

Dr. Andreas Schleicher

OECD Director for Education and Skills

Andreas Schleicher is Director for Education and Skills at the OECD. He initiated and oversees the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and other international instruments that have created a global platform for policy-makers, researchers and educators across nations and cultures to innovate and transform educational policies and practices.
He has worked for over 20 years with ministers and education leaders to improve education. Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said that Schleicher “understands the global issues and challenges as well as or better than anyone I’ve met, and he tells me the truth”. Former UK Secretary of State Michael Gove called Schleicher “the most important man in English education” – even though he is German and lives in France.
He is the recipient of numerous honours and awards, including the “Theodor Heuss” prize, awarded in the name of the first president of the Federal Republic of Germany for “exemplary democratic engagement”. He holds an honorary Professorship at the University of Heidelberg.

Dr. Andreas Schleicher

Dr. Ali Abdelkhalig AlKarni

Director-General Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States

Dr. Ali bin Abdelkhalig AlKarni, Director-General of the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States, received his PhD degree in Quantitative Methods in Education - Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States. His MS and BA degrees were also from the US.
He worked for 36 years in different educational positions. He worked first as a teacher at primary, intermediate and secondary schools, a supervisor and then a Director-General for the Educational Research & Information Centre, Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He was appointed as a Secretary-General for the Supreme Committee for the Educational Policy in the Kingdom.
Dr. AlKarni then moved to the private sector where he became General Overseer for the Kingdom Private Schools, , and then he was appointed with a Royal Assent a Director-General for the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States.
Al Karni received a number of awards including; HRH Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdel Aziz Award for Academic Excellence in 1991, University President Award for Public Services in 1980 from Portland State University, and the Making IT Happen Award by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Denver, Colorado in June 2016. AlKarni wrote a number of researches and articles that were published in many peer-reviewed newspapers and magazines

Dr. Ali Abdelkhalig AlKarni

Dr. Bill Maxwell

Former CEO of Education Scotland

Bill Maxwell is working as an independent educational consultant after an extensive career leading educational change and quality improvement at national level. He was HM Chief Inspector of Education for Scotland from 2010 to 2017, and led the creation and development of Education Scotland, a new quality improvement agency established in 2011 to integrate both inspection and improvement support functions. As Chief Executive of Education Scotland he led the programme of national support for the implementation of Scotland’s curricular reform programme, Curriculum for Excellence. He was previously HM Chief Inspector of Education for Wales from 2008 to 2010, where he led reform of the national inspectorate, Estyn and advised on wider system reform. Most recently Bill has been undertaking work for the European Commission, including developing proposals for a European framework for quality assurance strategies and providing support for reform of quality assurance in Malta.

Dr. Bill Maxwell

Mr. Bert Lichtenberg

Strategic Inspector at Dutch Inspectorate of Education

In his career at the Netherlands Inspectorate, he had different jobs. Examples of his work are developing and responsible implementing new inspectorate frameworks, developing job profiles for inspectors, head of the application committee to hire new inspectors and analysts, trainer of inspectors on strategic matters, 12 years head of the department vocational education of the inspectorate, head of the crisis/incidents team, special expertise on quality assurance and the assessment of the boards of schools.

Before he was school director, member of the Dutch national committee for student assessment and evaluation, chairman of the national committee of student assessment on management studies in vocational, higher education and worked as a management consultant in education, consulting on developing and implementing new educational concepts.

Mr. Bert Lichtenberg

Dr. Hanada Taha

Professor of Arabic Language at Zayed University

Professor Hanada Taha Thomure is the Endowed Professor of Arabic Language and director of the Arabic Language Center for Research & Development at Zayed University, UAE.  Previously, she served as Acting Dean of Bahrain Teachers College, University of Bahrain where she joined as Associate Dean in 2010.

She has close to 30 years of experience in teacher preservice preparation and in-service training, Arabic Language curriculum design, developing and reviewing national literacy strategies, and literacy coaching.  She designed the first system for leveling Arabic texts which is currently used by regional and international publishers to level their Arabic children’s books.  More than 8000 books have been leveled free of charge with a grant from Arab Thought Foundation.  She is the senior author for Pearson’s first Arabic language Arts K-9.  Her research is in the field of Arabic language teaching and learning, Arabic children’s literature and teacher preparation.

She holds a PhD in Education from the University of New Orleans, USA (2001) and an M.A. in Educational Psychology and Counseling and B.A in Social & Behavioral Sciences with a minor in Arabic from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon (1997, 1988 respectively). 

Dr. Hanada Taha

Dr. Mohammed H. Alghamdi

Executive Director of the National Canter for School Evaluation and Excellence.

Dr Mohammed H alghamdi works as CEO of National Center for School Evaluation and Excellence (NCSEE). He received Bachelor of Science from King Khalid University 1993; Master of Arts in Educational Administration, from King Saud University 1999; Master of Science in Measurement, Evaluation and Statistics University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA. He holds Ph.D. in Leadership and Educational Reform Policies, from University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA 2018. Dr Alghamdi specializes in Educational Policy Analysis, Including Professional Capital, and Educational Planning and Evaluation Policies. He worked on a number of national educational projects, the most prominent of which were: Evaluating the ten-year plan to develop educators' capabilities in the evaluation (Ministry of Education 2009-2019), Evaluating policies of professional learning societies in Saudi education; Evaluating policies of selection, training and retaining teachers; and the politics of pressure groups.

Dr. Mohammed H. Alghamdi

H. E. Dr. Abdullah Abuthnain

Vice Minister of Human Resources and Social Development for Labour

Experience 

  • Vice Minister of Human Recourses and Social Development for Labor (2018 –present)
  • Deputy Minister for Inspection and Development of Work Environment (2012 – 2018)
  • Deputy Minister for Planning, Development and Information (2016 – 2017)
  • General Director of Financial and Economic Programs, Institute of Public Administration (2010 – 2012)
  • Director of Business Management Programs, Institute of Public Administration (2008 – 2010)
  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Institute of Public Administration (2007 – 2013)
  • Faculty Member, Institute of Public Administration (1997 – 2007)

Education

  • PhD in Business Administration- Finance, Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA (2003 – 2007)
  • Master of Economics, Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA (2003 – 2007)
  • Master of Business Administration- Finance , Duquesne University, Pennsylvania, USA (1998 – 2001)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration- Finance, King Saud University, KSA (1992 – 1996)

H. E. Dr. Abdullah Abuthnain

H.E. Dr. Ahmed bin Fahd Al-Fuhaid

Governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation.

Education :
- PHD | DECEMBER 2000 | OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY, USA Major : Mechanical Engineering
- MASTER | JUNE 1996 | WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, USA Major : Mechanical Engineering
- BACHELOR | APRIL 1992| KING SAUD UNIVERSITY, KSA Major : Mechanical Engineering

Experience :
- Governor | Technical and Vocational Training Corporation | December 2015

Membership :
- Chairman of the Board of Directors of Colleges of Excellence.
- Chairman of the Board of the National Entrepreneurship Institute.
- Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Higher Institute for Plastic Industries.
- Member of the Saudi delegation at the employment group for G20 (Russia -2013 Australia 2014 – Turkey 2015) .
- Member of the Saudi delegation at the International Labour Organization (102- 103-104) and head of the technical team.

H.E. Dr. Ahmed bin Fahd Al-Fuhaid

Dr. Ahmed Al-zahrani

Labor Matters Deputy Minister at Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development

Ahmed  has over 20 years  of experience in the public and private sector serving various roles  in the domain of policy, research, advisory and administrative positions. He joined the Institute of Public administration as a faculty member in 1996 where he served many roles at IPA ranging from key administrative roles to academics posts. He has also worked with several government organisations in key positions such as Economic and Finance dept head and also served as the Director of Business center where he was responsible to innovate , develop and commercialize IPA  intellectual  services  .He served  as the Labor deputy minister for labor Matter  at the Human Resource and social Development Ministry for two years. More recently he is the Chair of the g20 Employment Group and Deputy for Labor Market Matters . Before that he was serving as a senior advisor for strategy and research for the Capital Market Authority, CMA.  

Dr. Ahmed Al-zahrani

Mr. Hiromichi Katayama

Programme Specialist, Section of Youth, Literacy and Skills Development, Education Sector, UNESCO

Hiromichi Katayama works at the Section of Youth, Literacy and Skills Development at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. He has been working on strengthening evidence-base of UNESCO Strategy for technical and vocational education and training (TVET).

He has been coordinating the development of skills assessment and anticipation in the Middle East and North Africa region and TVET management information system in sub-Saharan Africa. He has also coordinated the implementation of a situation analysis of TVET systems in Asia and Africa. Before joining the UNESCO headquarters, he worked at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris on the analysis of financial literacy of the Programme for International Student Assessment and at the UNESCO Institute for Statistics in Montreal on the analysis and dissemination of education data and indicators.

Mr. Hiromichi Katayama

Mr. Josh Williams

Former Senior Policy Manager in the New Zealand Ministry of Education

Mr. Williams was formerly Chief Executive of the Industry Training Federation of New Zealand, and a Senior Manager in Tertiary Education Policy at the New Zealand Ministry of Education.

Earlier, Mr. Williams was part of the team at the New Zealand Qualifications Authority that developed New Zealand’s evaluative system of quality assurance for the non-University sector.

Mr. Josh Williams

Dr. Patrick Watt

Head of Evaluation & Research, Skills Development Scotland

Patrick is Head of the Evaluation & Research team at Skills Development Scotland (SDS).  Prior to joining SDS he worked for Futureskills Scotland, Patrick was also previously a director of a leading Scottish economic development consultancy.

He has over 30 years of experience in evaluation and research in Scotland in both the private and public sectors. Patrick has an honours degree in mathematics and statistics, a masters in urban and regional planning, and a PhD in labour economics.

Dr. Patrick Watt

Mr. Mohammed Al-Asiri

Executive Director of the National Center for Training Evaluation and Accreditation

Mr. Asiri has more than +20 years of experience in the government, private and non-profit sectors, where he has worked with the education sector through a number of international entities including Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Pearson Education in addition to a number of local entities. His expertise is focused on strategic transformation in the education sector, change management, strategic and operational management.
Mr. Asiri work during the last 9 years is focused on training and skills issues, and bridging the gap between training sector and labor market. He is currently working on building an innovative model for the National Center for Training Evaluation & Accreditation (MASAR) in partnership with industries and the Labor Market.
Mr. Asiri holds a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems - King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

Mr. Mohammed Al-Asiri

H.E. Faisal Alibrahim

Vice Minister at Ministry of Economy and Planning

H.E. Faisal F. Al-Ibrahim is the General Supervisor of the Secretariat of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs (CEDA), and the Vice Minister of Economy and Planning. H.E. AlIbrahim is also the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Development Fund and sits on a number of boards and committees.
Previously, H.E. Al-Ibrahim held several key roles at the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), including Vice President of Aramco Development Company, Head of Mergers & Acquisitions at New Business Development, Commercial Director of the Ras AlKhair Maritime Yard Project, and Project Director of the Vela-Bahri Transaction, and more recently advised at the Ministry of Economy and Planning and the Finance Committee Secretariat at the Royal Court.
H.E. Al-Ibrahim earned his MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, and holds a BS in Economics and a BS in Accounting from the Pennsylvania State University.

H.E. Faisal Alibrahim

Dr. Erik Hanushek

Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University

Eric Hanushek is the Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He has been a leader in the development of economic analysis of educational issues. His widely-cited research spans many policy-related education topics. His latest book, The Knowledge Capital of Nations: Education and the Economics of Growth, identifies the close link between the skills of the people and the economic growth of the nation. He has authored or edited 24 books along with over 250 articles. He is a Distinguished Graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and completed his Ph.D. in economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Dr. Erik Hanushek

Dr. Mohammed Al-Zughaibi

Senior Advisor, ETEC

Dr. Mohammed Al-Zughaibi

Hon. Hekia Parata

Minister of Education for New Zealand from 2011-2017

- Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Waikato, NZ, 2011
- Senior Leadership Award, Templeton College, Oxford University, England, UK, 2005
- Duke of Edinburgh Commonwealth Study Award, Montreal, Canada, 1998
- Senior Executive Fellowship, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1992
- The Outstanding Public Servant Award, NZ Government, 1991
- Master of Arts, University of Waikato, New Zealand, 1982

Hon. Hekia Parata

H.E. DR Einas Aleisa

President of Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University

Prof. Einas Aleisa is the rector of Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University (PNU), the largest allwomen university in the world boasting around 35 thousand female students, over 2000 faculty, and granting more than 90 different academic degrees.
In accordance with Saudi Arabian Vision 2030, PNU has women empowerment as one of its 4 main strategic directions. As a second generation female academic leader herself, Prof. Aleisa holds empowering Saudi women as a personal objective of hers.
Prof. Aleisa holds a PhD degree in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the University of Dalhousie, Canada. She is a well-established researcher in her field publishing over 50 refereed articles throughout her career in academia.
Prior to her appointment as rector, Prof. Aleisa held several executives positions in King Saud University (KSU). Her last appointment before joining PNU was Vice Rector for Female Student Affairs.
During her tenure as Vice Rector in KSU,she led many initiatives that supported women empowerment. Chief among them is establishing the National Observatory for Women, which is an entity that measures the contribution of Saudi women to the economy through a complex index.
Prof. Aleisa is a member in many national boards and committees such as the board for Education and Training Evaluation Commission, the National Steering Committee for Women in the Workforce, and the Saudi Universities Council.

H.E. DR Einas Aleisa

H.E. Dr Muhammad Alsudairy

Vice Minister of Education for Universities, Research and Innovation.

H.E. Dr Muhammad Alsudairy

Dr. Dirk Van Damme

Head of OECD’s Innovation and Measuring Progress Division

Dirk Van Damme (PhD, Ghent University) is Senior Counsellor in the Directorate for Education and Skills at the OECD in Paris, and acting Head of the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. Before joining the OECD in 2008, he was professor of educational research (Ghent University, Belgium) and comparative education (Free University Brussels, Belgium, visiting professor at Seton Hall University, NJ, USA), was counsellor for several Flemish education ministers (1992-2000), General Director of the Flemish Rectors’ Conference VLIR (2000-2003), and chief of staff of minister Frank Vandenbroucke (2004-2008). He published extensively on educational quality assurance and evaluation and was a board member and expert to various quality assurance agencies and international organisations. His current interests are the science of learning, comparative analyses of educational systems, lifelong learning and higher education policy and evaluation.

Dr. Dirk Van Damme

Dr. Alberto Ciofli

Head of Self-assessment, Periodic Evaluation, and Accreditation, CIOLFI, Italy.

He graduated in Biology and has a PhD in Morphogenetic Sciences and Cell Biology. In the Italian QA Agency (ANVUR) since 2012, he worked on the first “Research quality assessment” exercise (VQR 2004-2010), then as an evaluation expert for higher education institutions. Currently he is head of the “Self-assessment, Periodic Evaluation, Accreditation” Unit.

He has a direct experience in the development of public policies in the field of higher education; an advanced knowledge of the Italian and European higher education context; an in-depth knowledge of Quality Assurance systems and a direct experience in the definition of the National Qualifications Framework in the extra-European context.

Dr. Alberto Ciofli

Dr. Pedro Teixeira

University of Porto

Director of CIPES - the Center for Research in Higher Education Policies and Professor at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Porto. He has served as an adviser on Higher Education and Science to the President of Portugal since April 2016. He was Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs at the University of Porto (2014-208) and was also a member of Portugal’s National Council of Education (2014-2018). He has also served on the evaluation panels for the European University Association (EUA) and the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA).He is also a member of the Board of Governors and Secretary General of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER), a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), and an Associate Researcher of the Program for Research on Private Higher Education (PROPHE).

Dr. Pedro Teixeira

Dr. Satam Alsubaiee

Supervisor General of Estishraf Program

Dr. Sattam is the Assistant Director for Insights at the National Information Center (NIC) since September 2019. Prior to that he worked as a Consultant in the National Information Center Strategy Execution Program, in which he led strategy creation and supervised AI stream of NIC Strategy Execution Program. In addition, he devised AI strategy for boutique analytics platform, Estishraf, to provide data and machine learning solutions to serve government entities.
Dr. Sattam also worked as a Big Data System Architect in X15 Software, a venture capture-backed Silicon Valley startup pre-acquisition by publicly traded cybersecurity company, FireEye, Inc.
In 2018, he was the Director of the Center for Complex Engineering Systems, a joint center between the King Abdulaziz City for Science & Technology (KACST) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In 2014, Dr. Sattam received his PhD in Computer Science from University of California, Irvine.

Dr. Satam Alsubaiee

Dr. Sohail Bajammal

Executive Director of the National Canter for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation

Dr. Bajammal is an academic orthopedic spine surgeon, researcher, and educator. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada. He pursued orthopedic surgery training at McMaster University & subspecialty fellowship training in orthopedic trauma and spine surgery at the University of Calgary. He obtained a MSc degree in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University. He won 3 research awards at McMaster University.
Dr. Bajammal has held multiple leadership positions in healthcare and academic institutions. He was behind the idea of establishing the Saudi Spine Society in 2014, for which he became the founding Vice President of the Society in its first term (2016-2019). He was behind the idea of establishing the Saudi Association of Health Professionals Education in 2019. He was the founding Director of the Research Center at King Abdullah Medical City, then held the CEO position. Dr. Bajammal joined ETEC in November 2019 to lead the National Center for Academic Accreditation & Evaluation (NCAAA). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Education & Training Evaluation Commission, and the Board of Directors of the National eLearning Center. Dr. Bajammal is the Vice President of the Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ANQAHE).

Dr. Sohail Bajammal

H.E. Dr. Tareq Alshedi

President of National Data Management Office, Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority

He also held a number of leadership positions during his career, most notably, served as the deputy for planning and development at the Presidency of State Security, served as general supervisor for the management of the National Information Center and as director general of the center, and was the director of Nayef Academy for National Security, and adviser to the director general of Mabahith, He was also the director of the technical development project in security affairs at the Ministry of Interior, head of the systems development department at King Fahd Security College, adviser to the National Guard Hospital, King Abdulaziz City.
Al-Sheddi has got a PHD in computing and bioinformatics from George Mason University, US, a higher diploma in social network analysis from the same university, a master’s degree in management from King Saud University, a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the same institution and a bachelor’s degree in security sciences from King Fahd Security College.

H.E. Dr. Tareq Alshedi

Dr. Silvia Montoya

Director of the UNESCO Institute of Statistics

Since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Dr. Montoya has taken a leadership role within the international education community by helping to build consensus around the standards, methodologies and indicators needed to measure progress towards Education 2030.

She has also launched the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning and serves as the Co-Chair of the Technical Cooperation Group on SDG 4–Education 2030 Indicators.

Prior to joining the UIS in 2015, Silvia was the Director-General of Assessment and Evaluation of Education Quality at the Ministry of Education, Buenos Aires where she oversaw the creation of the first comprehensive education quality index produced in Argentina.

Dr. Silvia Montoya

Dr. Paulo Santiago

Head of the Policy Advice and Implementation Division at the OECD.

Mr. Paulo Santiago is Head of the Policy Advice and Implementation Division within OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills. He takes a leading role in the provision of evidence-based advice on education policy to OECD members and partner countries, both collectively and individually, across all sectors of education. Mr. Santiago joined the OECD in 2000. As an analyst, he assumed responsibility for a number of large scale cross-country reviews covering a range of education policy areas including teacher policy, tertiary education policy, educational evaluation and assessment, use of resources in school education and school funding. This work generated OECD policy lines, analytical frameworks, developmental work for future data collections as well as much information about country practices. He also led reviews of teacher policy, tertiary education policy, educational evaluation policy and school resource use in over 25 countries. Mr. Santiago holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University, United States.

Dr. Paulo Santiago

Dr. Shwetlena Sabarwal

Senior Economist at the Education Global Practice, World Bank

Shwetlena Sabarwal is a Senior Economist at the World Bank. She was a principle author for the World Development Report 2019 on the Changing Nature of Work,  World Development Report 2018 on Learning to Realize Education’s Promise, and World Bank’s Education Policy Guidance for COVID 19. She has published in leading journals in the areas of Education Economics and Labor Markets. In education, her research is on effort, mindsets, and incentives within education systems. In labor markets, her work has focused on entrepreneurship, gender, and networks. Shwetlena has led World Bank’s education engagement in Uganda, Tanzania, Bangladesh, and Nepal. She holds a PhD in Applied Economics from University of Minnesota.

Dr. Shwetlena Sabarwal

Dr. Nayyaf Aljabri

General Manager of Research and Innovation

Dr. Nayyaf Aljabri has extensive academic, practical and professional experience. He is currently the General Director of Research and Innovation at the Education and Training Evaluation Commission. Throughout his career, Dr. Nayyaf has held a number of positions including: Deputy Minister for Planning and Development and Deputy Minister for Education at the Ministry of Education, Dean of College of Education at Taibah University. He has also led several developmental projects at the national level, both at Taibah University and at the Ministry of Education. He was a member of several boards of directors in ministries and government agencies, and in boards of trustees and advisory boards of universities. Dr.Nayyaf received a Ph.D. in Economics of Education from the University of Manchester, UK. His research interests included education economics and policies, and the application of quantitative methods to evaluate different alternatives on how to employ educational resources and improve cost-effectiveness and performance of educational institutions. He published over 15 research papers and participated in a number of research projects nationally. Dr. Nayyaf taught over 10 courses at masters and Ph.D. levels, and discussed many academic theses, of which he supervised 20. 

Dr. Nayyaf Aljabri

H. E. Dr Husam Zaman

President of ETEC, KSA

H.E Dr.Husam Abdulwahab Zaman was appointed President of ETEC in 2019, after serving as a board member for three years. He has extensive executive experience in the education sector and was previously the president of Taif University, director general of the Regional Center for Quality and Excellence in Education, and campus president at Saudi Electronic University, In addition to various leadership positions at Taibah University. Zaman holds a PhD in administration and policy studies from the University of Pittsburgh.

H. E. Dr Husam Zaman

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    Wednesday - Thursday
    October 14-15, 2020
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