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Allen Lew is a Los Angeles, California area technologist. He currently works as a Quality Assurance Engineer for the Rubicon Project, whose "mission [is] to automate the $65 billion global online advertising industry." He is also a part time technology consultant for a variety of clients.

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Previously, Allen worked for the Los Angeles Urban League, a nonprofit agency dedicated "to enabling African Americans and other minorities to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights through advocacy activities and the provision of programs and services in our uniquely diversified city and region."

Allen is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, known to some as UC Berkeley, Berkeley, or Cal. There he majored in Molecular and Cell Biology with an emphasis in Immunology. His involvement on campus began with Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity-California Chapter, where he has held a variety of positions from Secretary to Philanthropy Chair. He was employed as a Computer Resource Specialist by the College Writing Programs of UC Berkeley, assisting faculty and staff in anything related to computers or technology. Allen also serves as the current director and news editor of Berkeley's student portal, One.Berkeley.edu, and a writer for Calstuff, a blog devoted to news and opinion on UC Berkeley. He also kept a personal blog at the Berkeley Open Computing Facility.

He has also spent two summers (2003 and 2004) keeping the grounds for the Hollywood Bowl. In the summer of 2005, he worked for US News & World Report as a Web Intern.

Allen was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, where most of his family is living today. He is the oldest of three children.

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