Allen Goldberg is a communications professional living in Washington, DC.
He is the Chief Marketing Officer of College Summit, a national non-profit dedicated to increasing the number of high school students from low income communities going to college. Until 2012, Allen was the Vice President of Communications for Neustar, Inc. (NYSE: NSR) a provider of data and analytic services to the communications, Internet and entertainment industries. Prior to Neustar he was Chief Marketing Officer of FKF Applied Research, a high-tech, next generation business intelligence firm selling functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) brain scan-based research to Fortune 500 clients. And before FKF, Allen was Director of Branding and Communications at XM Satellite Radio, Inc., the nation's leading satellite radio service.
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors of the Hope for Henry Foundation, he helped start JewsRock.org, a website celebrating the Jewish contribution to popular music.
Allen and his wife Laurie are lifelong Washingtonians, and they live in the Glover Park neighborhood with their sons Jack and Joe. Their eldest son, Henry Strongin Goldberg, died in 2002, after a long battle with the disease, Fanconi anemia. Laurie chronicled their attempt to save Henry's life in the Hyperion book, Saving Henry, A Mother's Journey (March 2010).