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  • Monday, August 14, 2023 2:09 PM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Devan Robinson of Developing with Devan. 

    She is passionate about helping you realize your true brilliance, even during those times when you might not see it yourself. Her wide array of services is designed to equip clients with the transformative tools and strategies necessary to unlock their full potential. With a mission rooted in empowerment, she is committed to guiding you on your personal journey towards greater clarity and unwavering confidence.

    Q: What inspired you to start your business?

    Devan: "During my previous career, I observed a recurring pattern: women consistently held themselves back. What prevented them from reaching their full potential were the negative thoughts they held onto and the absence of consistent support in their lives. I decided that it was time to do something about that.

    I began by researching and understanding the issues that were preventing women from achieving their goals. I discovered that a lack of self-confidence, fear of failure, and a lack of resources were major impediments to growth. It became clear to me that I had to take action and create an organization focused on helping women overcome these obstacles."

    Q: Can you describe what sets your business apart from others in your industry?

    Devan: “Developing with Devan is truly unique in our approach to empowering individuals. Unlike other businesses that offer generic solutions, we take a personalized approach to every client, tailoring our services to their specific needs and goals. We believe that everyone has unique strengths, and our mission is to help our clients realize and make the most of those strengths. By providing transformative tools and strategies, we empower individuals to unlock their full potential and become the best version of themselves. We are passionate about what we do, and we won't stop until each and every one of our clients feels confident, clear, and empowered”.

    Q: What's your best piece of advice for someone just starting out?

    Devan: “You DO NOT need to know everything or have your life perfectly figured out before you can start your own business.”

    Q: What has been your biggest professional challenge and how did you overcome it?

    Devan: “Boldly embracing my authentic self has been the greatest challenge in both my personal and professional life. The fear of rejection, hurting others feelings, and receiving negative feedback on my opinions held me back. Which is why this is now the barrier I aim to shatter for others. To solve this issue for myself I enlisted the guidance of a coach and mentor, delved into and shattered my limiting beliefs, and crafted a process to assist others in achieving the same.”

    Q: Any exciting news, future plans, or projects you are working on or would like to announce?

    Devan: “Yes, I have my 3rd annual Women's Self-Development Conference coming up on September 29-October 1 in Syracuse NY at the Collegian Hotel. We are spending 42 hours on ourselves, prioritizing our self-growth and refocusing on our most important project: OURSELVES. This year's theme is "It Starts with You" and our sessions will focus on all aspects of personal growth: career building, financial literacy, emotional well-being, healthy relationships and lifestyle balance. I'm so excited to bring together a community of women who are ready to become their best selves! I look forward to seeing you there! You can grab your ticket at bit.ly/elevatesyracuse2023”

    Q: What's your favorite non-business activity and why?

    Devan: “My off time is spent with my family, writing my fiction fantasy novel, and re-organizing my house. I enjoy having different tasks every day, I'm not big on doing the same thing all the time. Variety is my favorite!”

    Contact Details 
    Address: Watertown, NY is where I am physically located, but my business is mostly virtual 
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  • Wednesday, May 17, 2023 1:05 PM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Adrienne Peltz of Forge Gone Conclusions, a custom, fine jeweler for creating memories through one-of-a-kind pieces for you or your loved one, based in Skaneateles, NY.

    Q: What inspired you to start your business?

    Adrienne: Having been an engineer and project manager for over 12 years, I was ready for a change when I lost my traditional job during the pandemic. My husband had always wanted to start a jewelry business, and I had the experience of working in the corporate world. So, when the opportunity presented itself, I jumped in with both feet.

    Q: Can you describe what sets your business apart from others in your industry?

    Adrienne: You co-design and we manufacture. That means that you get to help create the design -- whether it is a traditional jewelry piece using round stones in traditional settings all the way to out of the box ideas such as a cardinal ring, bumblebee ring, or even creating a ring from an old bayonet. Even more, we will make a personalized video of how your piece was made. So, if it is a birthday present, we can include any text such as "Happy Birthday" and a photo of the recipient.

    Q: What's your best piece of advice for someone just starting out?

    Adrienne: Mindset is fundamental to your success. You have to believe in and be fully committed to what you are undertaking. I have learned from many others that you have to spend a lot of time on mindset in order to be successful.

    Q: What has been your biggest professional challenge and how did you overcome it?

    Adrienne: Even with some failures, there are opportunities to learn from them. When we first started displaying at tables and fairs, our very early events had low attendance, and not many people were interested. But we learned from each of those events and were able to improve significantly over time.

    Q: Any exciting news, future plans, or projects you are working on or would like to announce?

    Adrienne: Each project is unique and represents the person who is going to receive the piece. Definitely check out our portfolio page to see all the past creations – https://fgconclusions.com/shop/

    Q: What's your favorite non-business activity and why?

    Adrienne: My favorite activity is going outside during the day. Working a traditional job, it was hard to get outside, but with our flexible schedule, we are able to take a break in the afternoon to enjoy the outdoors!

    Contact Details:
    (315) 209-2982
    27 Fennell St Ste B #263
    Skaneateles, New York 13152  USA

    Join Our Forge Circle: https://fgconclusions.com/join-our-email-list/

    Our YouTube Channel
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  • Wednesday, March 15, 2023 2:49 PM | Devan Robinson (Administrator)

    We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Tina Chee, a physician and the founder of Updesign Primary Care, LLC, a Direct Primary Care (DPC) practice located in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Chee shared with us her passion for providing high-quality, personalized care to her patients, and how her DPC model differs from traditional primary care practices.

    Q: What inspired you to start your business?

    Dr. Chee: I wanted to build a practice where I could spend enough time with each patient to address their individual needs and provide the high-quality care I would want myself. I didn't want to rush patients in and out of the exam room, only to barely scratch the surface of their concerns. DPC provides the opportunity to provide more personalized and individualized care, and by eliminating overly burdensome administrative checkboxes like coding, billing, and prior authorizations, I can focus more of my resources on patient care.

    Q: Can you describe what sets your business apart from others in your industry?

    Dr. Chee: DPC patients are one of a few hundred instead of one of several thousand. By removing the middlemen, DPC puts the focus of the relationship back between patients and their doctors. In DPC, an affordable monthly membership gets you better appointment access, extended visit times (30-60 minutes), direct communication access (text, email, or call), and virtually unlimited scheduled appointments for wellness counseling, physical, chronic disease management, scheduled sick visits, and much more. This allows us to work on fully optimizing your health and wellness through lifestyle changes, so that you can feel at your best self and potentially reduce the number of medications necessary. Membership gets you deeply discounted pricing for in-office medications and treatments. Membership also includes access to a generic medication formulary.

    Q: What's your best piece of advice for someone just starting out?

    Dr. Chee: Just get started - take a small step every day, eventually those steps become easier. Don't be afraid to take a leap of faith and pursue your passion.

    Q: What has been your biggest professional challenge and how did you overcome it?

    Dr. Chee: More and more corporations are trying to replace physicians with non-physician practitioners, and by allowing non-physicians to practice more independently, and patients are being put at risk. A huge challenge for me has been seeing patients being misled, not realizing people in white coats who call themselves "doctors" and "specialists" may not be physicians, and seeing patients being told incorrect medical information by non-physicians, including incorrect workup, medication adjustments, vaccine recommendations, overprescribing antibiotics and steroids.

    In addition to reporting these issues and educating my patients to be aware of them, I became an active member of Physicians for Patient Protection, which educates about the importance of physician-led care for all patients and advocates for truth and transparency regarding healthcare practitioners. I would encourage people to read the book "Patients At Risk" for more information on this topic as well.

    Q: Any exciting news, future plans, or projects you are working on or would like to announce?

    Dr. Chee: I'm starting a walking group and other health issue support groups this year. The details are still being finalized, but I'm excited to provide my patients with more opportunities to connect with others and improve their overall health and wellbeing.

    Q: What's your favorite non-business activity and why?

    Dr. Chee: Playing with my dog Jasper - he's a bullboxer mix rescue - and taking care of my houseplants. Both activities help me unwind and destress after a long day at the office.

    Contact Details


    812 State Fair Blvd, Suite 2A 

    Syracuse, NY 13209



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  • Friday, June 24, 2022 9:13 AM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    In two sentences, what does your business do?

    Heritage Café is a locally run and owned café that specializes in sandwiches, salads, pastries, and of course espresso and coffee. We are committed to exceptional customer service that matches the quality of our products. 

    Where is your business located?

    We are located at 614 South Crouse Ave Suite 100, Syracuse, NY 13210. We are on the ground floor of a large apartment building.

    What inspired you to start your business? 

    My family owns the building that Heritage is located in, as well as, other rental properties in the area and while I didn't want to join that portion of the business I did want to stay close to family. As a result, Heritage Café became my version of my heritage. 

    How did you start your business? What were the first steps you took?

    One thing that really stood out to me was the bank was shocked I had created a business plan. 
    Apparently, it is a rarity that people come to the bank with a prepared course of action, facts, and figures to support why they believe their business will succeed and why the bank should give them money to invest in themselves. Making my business plan took me months. I researched all "competition", gathered number for construction and equipment, and made plans for hiring employees amongst other things. While securing funding I was also using my own capital to construct my business. The kitchen I took over had 100% seen better days and was in no way health code compliant and the café itself was a big white box with no counters, walls, sinks, or anything. In the end it took me a little over a year and a half to get everything ready and open Heritage's doors.

    How is your business different from the competition?

    Our location is partially what makes us different. On the SU hill there is an abundance of pizzeriasAsian options, and chains such as Five Guys and Chipotle. Our fare is sandwiches, salads, pastries, etc. If you want pizza or Chinese, you aren't going to come to us. We are also one of the few healthier options around the area and our customer service cannot be beat so that is how we have attracted and retained our amazing customer base.

    What's your best piece of advice for someone just starting out? 
    What has been your biggest life challenge and how did you overcome it? 

    My biggest life challenge was when my mother was struck and killed by an elderly driver in March 2020. Not only was my mother my best friend and mentor, but she was my biggest cheerleader especially when it came to Heritage. Less than a week after her death the world shut down due to COVID-19. Heritage's entire customer base disappeared overnight. Syracuse University and ESF students were sent home, university, doctor and hospital administration employees were told to work from home, and the hospitals stopped letting employees out for food. My entire world had just blown to pieces. I made the difficult decision to close Heritage as quickly as possible to get all of my employees on unemployment. Heritage was closed for exactly 5 months. During that time I tried to grieve, but it was odd since everyone in the world was grieving some sort of loss. Re-opening Heritage gave me purpose. I know it was what my mother would want me to do and if she were still alive she would have been right along with me scrubbing the entire place, but let me tell you opening a restaurant is hard enough the first time, but doing it twice? Ugh. Let's never do that again. Thankfully, we did re-open and have been slowly regaining our customer base back. I will keep fighting not only for my mother, but for my awesome employees who are also my little family as well.

    What's your favorite non-business activity and why?

    I love to travel. My mom and I have been all around to world together and honestly I feel most at home in an airport, or on a plane. If you talk to anyone in my family apparently I took my first steps in MCO Orlando airport. There is something about experiencing a new place and a new culture that is so exciting. If I had to pick a favorite trip I would say our trip to South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. The people were so welcoming, the food amazing, and of course the animals on safari were spectacular. I can't wait to bring my own children back some day.

    Public Contact information (include website, social media links, phone, email, address, etc)

    Michele Rochkind, www.heritagecafe.comwww.facebook.com/heritagecafesyrwww.instagram.com/heritagecafesyr , (315) 303-1675, michelerochkind@heritagecafe.com, 614 South Crouse Ave, Suite 100, Syracuse, NY 13210

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  • Wednesday, June 01, 2022 8:00 PM | Anne Notarthomas (Administrator)

    Amy Doyle, Devan Robinson and Kathy Adams taking questions at the WBOC June Program

    The Women Business Opportunities Connection June meeting is always inspiring. WBOC ends their program year with an Encouraging Entrepreneurs event. On Wednesday, June 1st,  three women shared their entrepreneurial journey.

    Devan Robinson - Focus on Positivity

    Devan Robinson is a military spouse who recently began her business, Developing with Devan, while her husband is stationed at Fort Drum. Devan shared how she used her own self-talk and challenges to help other women address their self-talk and challenges with focus and positivity.

    Devan has authored a book entitled What’s Your Worth and I don’t mean money.

    She hosted a Women’s Summit in 2021 and plans another in 2022. She encouraged women to celebrate their successes and be kind to themselves.

    Amy Doyle - Stretching and Persistence

    Amy Doyle shared her journey as a serial entrepreneur. Amy is naturally introverted and had to practice just speaking with new people.

    After developing a successful financial services firm with her husband, Amy went to graduate school to begin a new career that reflected her interest in medicine and wellness. Now a certified functional nutritionist and owner of White Stone Wellness Functional Nutrition, Amy helps people sort through the confusion of labels and diets to move toward personal wellness. Recently, Amy has added medical writing to her portfolio.

    She learned to stretch at every step of her career.

    She reminded attendees that we need to move outside of our comfort zone in order to move to the next step in our careers and our lives. 

    Kathy Adams - From Corporate to Boutique Consulting Environment

    Kathy Adams did not begin Cognitif Consulting Group until later in her career. Her first graduate degree was in Training and Development, which positioned her to design and deliver learning systems in industrial settings and helped to improve the bottom line at multiple companies.

    Kathy shared how her experiences working in traditionally male-dominated industries helped develop confidence in herself and her abilities.

    Today, Kathy is a certified team and professional coach. Working in collaboration with other women entrepreneurs, she has finally realized her dream of working in a small, boutique consulting environment with like-minded colleagues.

    She emphasized the value of organizations such as WISE and WBOC in building connections and sharing support with other women entrepreneurs.

    Three different stories linked by one theme – women doing more than expected and doing it well. Do more. Expect more. You can do it!

    This was originally posted in the WBOC blog.

  • Wednesday, March 23, 2022 11:57 AM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    What does my business do: Showing personal brands how to EASE-ify content marketing & do it in a way that feels GOOD, so their content does the heavy lifting to grow their business for them?

    Inspiration: Seeing how many brilliant, highly-qualified small business owners are out there with an incredible expertise, but struggling to market themselves simply & effectively. It doesn’t have to be SO HARD. We get to do it our way - we get to design & run our businesses - and that requires us to see where we want to go, know ourselves, and take baby steps every day. 

    How I started: I left a high school & college teaching career to start a fitness studio with two partners. After learning “how to do business" from the inside out (and making every mistake possible), I decided wanted to help other entrepreneurs stop banging into the wall & start seeing traction from their efforts. So I jumped out of the fitness world and into the business coaching realm, and I’ve honed my expertise to focus specifically on making content easy for you!

    How I’m different: There’s no one-size-fits-all strategy for creating content and “doing” marketing. It’s imperative that we find OUR voice, speak to OUR audience, and do it in a style that works for OUR personality! So instead of a “here’s the RIGHT” way strategy, I show people how to design a “THEIR WAY” strategy. Especially when it comes to content marketing: if it doesn’t feel good to you or right for you, it won’t be sustainable for you!

    Advice: Find a welcoming community of other entrepreneurs. Ask questions. Don’t try to DO everything. Take care of yourself and take a break (because there’s ALWAYS work to be done.) Most importantly, hire help before you think you need it. Too often we wait until we’re burned out to get help. Need an assistant? Start by hiring one for 2-3 hours a week. It will change your life. 

    Biggest Life Challenge: Overworking. I did it as a teacher. I did it as a fitness studio owner. I’ve done it as a business coach. I’m on a mission to integrate ease & relaxation into my entrepreneurial life, because as much as I know that working hard is important, it’s not everything. The work will ALWAYS be there. Taking time to rest, relax, and take care of my health - oh, yeah, and have fun too - is a goal I have to be very intentional about.

    Favorite Non-Business Activity: Traveling. I try to get out of town at least once a month, especially now that life is much more open again for moving about the world!


    Syracuse, NY 



  • Sunday, September 13, 2020 8:23 PM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    We kicked off our 2020/2021 Program Year with a much-needed inspirational & positive presentation by member Cindy Ormond.

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    In 2020, Cindy was about to have the best year of her LIFE! She…

    Made plans to grow her entertainment business…

    Had finally put herself on the LIST of things to take care of…

    Was going to celebrate her 50th birthday on an amazing cruise, then spend a week in Italy.

    In other words, she’d gotten all her ducks in a row…

    And then…well, you know what happened. The same thing that happened to all of us.

    COVID. It forced her to stop. Look around. Take a breath – and because she literally had no choice – she had to stop working on weekends.

    She started sleeping. Cooking. Meditating. Being unscheduled made Cindy realize she was missing out on so much because her business was ALWAYS in a busy season.

    She could finally see her favorite people…

    Go floating down the river with her brother – 

    Spent time with family she NEVER gets to see.

    But HOW is she so happy? Even though all this good news is happening – isn’t her business being decimated killing her? 

    NO. She’s figured out that – though it sounds cliché – there’s more to happiness for her than financial success ever could bring her.

    She has happiness hormones coursing through her body now. She’s engaging in activities that bring her great JOY - 

    Her secret sauce? A book called The Art of Extreme Self Care. And Cindy shared a guide she uses in her daily decisions about what’ll make her happy – even in times of great trouble. (See it at the end of this email)

    WBOC’s theme this year is EVOLVE – we are all adapting right now. The journey we are on is constantly changing.

    But are we happy? Are we energized? Are we filled up?

    We want to help you stay filled up, energized, and happy – so we hope that even during this incredibly difficult time, you’ll join us for our next month’s program:


    Keynote Speaker Cheryl Wood will teach us how to Unleash the Profitable Power of Our Voice!

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    Come for the regular Weds, October 7th Program & learn a ton – and if you can swing it, join us for the follow-up workshop on Thursday!

    Both are included for Members! Non-Members & guests are welcome - $40 for both days; $25 for Weds only.

    Register & learn more here

    The power of your story is one only you can tell – and knowing how to harness it will help you grow your business and impact more people in the world!

    See you there – and please share this workshop with your friends & colleagues…

    ~Your WBOC Board

    Amy DoylePresident
    Dianne RizzoVice President
    Anne NotarthomasTreasurer
    Rhonda CabrinhaSecretary
    Jen LiddyMarketing Director
    Tracee Young OrzechMembership Director
    Elizabeth AllenPrograms Director
    Cindy OrmondDirector at Large

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  • Sunday, February 09, 2020 7:30 PM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    Something’s going on that’s moving faster than anyone can keep up with! 

    Cyber Security.

    Here’s the highlights of what we learned about it at our last meeting - in case you missed it OR need a reminder to take some action. 

    First of all…thank you to Dawn Lanouette & Stacey Axtell from Hinman, Howard & Kattell.

    These incredible experts generously shared their time & deep knowledge about how to protect our businesses. 

    Honestly, we cannot cover all that we learned in this email...But there are a few shifts you can make right now!

    FYI: Ineffective protections can cost you in a big way, even if you’re a small-to-medium businesses. The average loss is ~ $2500. The highest ransom paid in a data breach? $950K - and that didn’t even include data recovery!

    So! A couple things you can do right now for yourself:

    • Take your birthday of Facebook today. (Yes, seriously!) At the very least, take off your birth YEAR. And PRO TIP - stop posting your vacations while you’re on vacation!!

    • Use reasonable measures to protect you and your clients: Password protect EVERYTHING - phone - desktop - files. 

    • Level up passwords! Stop using your kids’ names & birthdays (Are you guilty of that?!) and change ‘em regularly - 

    • Have a plan in place that your team is trained in: a standard of conduct, clear policies, and a roadmap will help everyone know what to do in a breach. Prevent yourself from having to deal with everything all at once!

    Sound overwhelming? BREATHE! And seriously, don’t try to do this yourself. There’s PEOPLE to help you!

    Thank you again to Stacey & Dawn! Use their brilliance to help you plan & save yourself from the headache of a Cyber Attack!

    ~Your WBOC Board 

    PS: See you at our next meeting, when we’re celebrating 100 years of women having the right to vote!
    Register here - and bring a young woman who you’d love to celebrate with!

  • Tuesday, January 14, 2020 10:36 AM | WBOC Admininistrator (Administrator)

    2020 is here - which is perfect because our 1st program of the year was all about CLARITY -

    Clarity on where to get support for our businesses right here in CNY!

    Here’s the quick recap to help you get what YOU need this year!

    If you’re looking for…

    • Free, confidential business counseling to help start & grow your business, then seek out the Small Business Development Center! The SBDC can point you in the right direction if you have questions, need funding, or are curious about MWBE certification! A big thank you to Joan Powers for sharing your experience & expertise!
    •  Connections with women from all over the region to expand your network and your marketplace, then check out Women Ties! Tracy Higgenbotham’s mission is to promote & publicize women in business to create strong economic relationships. Thank you, Tracy, for your commitment to helping women grow at any stage of their business!
    • Effective leadership development & training, then Gwen Webber McLeod of Gwen, Inc. is someone to connect with! Gwen says, “Whenever women gather, great things always happen” - that’s why her mission is to support women on the rise, developing leadership skills to achieve success! Gwen was a delightful & entertaining facilitator, helping us sort through these CNY resources - thank you, Gwen!
    • Encouraging support & collaboration from women at all stages of business, then WBOC is a fantastic resource for you. WBOC is designed for women who see the value of networking in the local area - to collaborate and grow a business together!  Thanks to WBOC President, Amy Doyle for your work in the organization and participation in the panel discussion!
    • Navigate the complex world of building a business, then get thee to WISE (Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship)! Director Meghan Florkowski is committed to creating an encouraging environment where women can learn the ropes & get started with unique programs built for the emerging entrepreneur! We so appreciate Meghan’s excitement & participation to share WISE’s mission.
    • Strategic networking & collaboration with & for minority entrepreneurs & business owners, then you MUST check out UMEA. Me’Shae Rollins, Interim Executive Director, brought her vast experience & knowledge to the room - explaining how UMEA provides huge value to its members by harnessing the economic power of minority business owners! Thank you Me’Shae for sharing your passion & expertise!

    We encourage you to explore the resources available - and bring that friend or colleague with you who’s looking to grow her business too!

    See you next month on Weds, Feb 5th when we’re discussing how to keep your business Cyber Secure - no matter what kind of business you own! Register here now -Cyber security... Should we be concerned? Informed? Yes!

    Happy 2020!

    Your WBOC Board

  • Wednesday, October 09, 2019 6:30 PM | Anne Notarthomas (Administrator)

    Dr. Christine Allen - October Program AnnouncementHave you ever been held back from a goal you’re dying to achieve?

    • Maybe you want to publish a book but somehow never carve out the time to write those daily pages.
    • Or you want to hire a manager - because it’ll make life so much easier - but you never make the time to write the job description or start interviewing candidates.

    It’s kind of like driving with one foot on the gas and one foot on the brake - we get nowhere!

    If this reminds you of you, don’t worry - you’re not alone! Dr. Christine Allen - our October Program Facilitator - taught us to stop judging ourselves about these patterns…

    And how to start taking action!

    Dr. Allen helped us dive into what’s underneath our choices…what’s really keeping us from our goals?

    What unseen, invisible commitments do we have to staying where we are right now?

    For example - maybe you want to write that book, but you have a deep, hidden commitment to staying safe. And becoming a public figure doesn’t feel “safe”.

    So - you never take action…because we all have an “immunity to change”. It’s subconscious.

    But we do have the power to change our subconscious beliefs.

    It was deep and it was gooooood! And many at the meeting saw ourselves in a new light that evening!

    If you missed the program, we missed you! Dr. Allen has generously shared the handouts from that night; access them here.

    And learn more about her work on Facebook.

    Lastly: Don’t miss next month when we take our ONE Big Goal, our ASSUMPTIONS, and learn how to fast track our success with ACCOUNTABILITY!

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