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About Us
RepeatAfterUs.com was founded by Ellie Wen during her sophomore year at Harvard-Westlake High School in California. While volunteering at Las Familias del Pueblo, a community center in downtown Los Angeles, Ellie saw individuals struggling with pronunciation in an English as a Second Language class. She decided to build a website that would provide free texts and audio clips to help students around the world with their language skills. Through the efforts of other students and faculty, RepeatAfterUs.com has become an award-winning, critically acclaimed online library and language lab.
Founder and Manager   Ellie Wen - click here for more information
Website Designers   2003 - Angelo Gladding
  2004 - 2006 - Stephen Ng
Graphic Designer   2004 - Michael Suen
General Counsel    Jan Stewart, Community Service Director, Harvard-Westlake School
Technical Consultants   Scott Becker, Mark Eckardt, and Jeff Kiok
Heads of Recording   The Archer School for Girls, California   Laura
  Alexander
  Flintridge Preparatory School, California   Joyce Lam
  Harvard-Westlake Middle School, California   Charlotte Shih
  Harvard-Westlake Upper School, California   Julia Guren
  Hong Kong International School, Primary School,
  Hong Kong
  Stephen Suen
  Hong Kong International School, Secondary School,
  Hong Kong
  Michael Suen
  Idyllwild Festival Arts Summer Camp, California   Elizabeth Eldridge
  Las Familias del Pueblo, California   Ellie Wen
  Mayfield Senior School, California   Chelsea Brown
  Summer Enrichment Program at Harvard-Westlake
  School, California
  Jena Johnson
  Tufts University, Massachusetts   Jeff Kiok
  Youth Academy of Dramatic Arts (YADA), California   Allison Karic
CD Outreach Project   Mark Eckardt, Allison Karic, Jeff Kiok, and Ellie Wen

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