As the Chief Marketing Officer of AOL Inc., Allie Kline drives the global marketing and communications strategy, aiming to position AOL, our brands, and our employees as superior partners and industry visionaries. Allie’s global team is responsible for brand marketing, internal and external communications, b2b and b2c initiatives and Citizen AOL, the social responsibility arm of the company.
In addition to her role as the CMO of AOL Inc., in 2016 Allie was appointed the Head of MAKERS, an AOL brand focused on empowering women and the next generation through sharing the experiences and stories of trailblazing women leaders, past and present.
Allie is an industry veteran who has lead brand marketing strategy for technology-focused organizations for over fifteen years. Prior to AOL, Allie served as CMO for 33Across, a big data and social graph company. Preceding her time at 33Across, Allie was Vice President of Marketing for Brand Affinity Technologies, where she oversaw the endorsement platform’s marketing and over 6,500 athlete and celebrity relationships.
Allie received the 2014 ad:tech Industry Achievement Award, was named to the 2015 Ad Age Women to Watch List, and was awarded the 2015 People’s Choice Webby Award for Public Service and Activism. Allie proudly founded and chairs the board of AOL’s Charitable Foundation. In 2017, Allie joined the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), and proudly serves on their board, and was also named to Business Insider's list of Top 50 Most Innovative CMO’s.
Allie received her B.A. in Corporate Communications from Ithaca College. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband Andrew and their two daughters. Although a Washingtonian, Allie is a Boston sports fan at heart. Additionally, Allie’s passion for Phil Jackson’s philosophy on the triangle offense is embedded in her leadership style, consistently reminding her team to think about "the we before the me."