Tim Armstrong
Tim Armstrong
Tim Armstrong is CEO of AOL Inc., a leading global media technology company headquartered in New York City and operating in over 20 countries worldwide. Today, AOL serves nearly 400 million consumers every month across the globe. Under Tim’s leadership, AOL was acquired by Verizon for 4.4 billion dollars in 2015. Prior to joining AOL, Tim spent almost a decade at Google, where he served as President of Google's Americas Operations and Senior Vice President of Google Inc. as well as serving on the company's global operating committee. Tim started his career by co-founding a newspaper in Boston before moving into the internet industry. In addition to serving on boards of The Priceline Group, Tech:NYC and Teach for America New York, he is Chairman Emeritus for the Ad Council, advisor to the McChrystal Group, and a trustee for the US Olympic & Paralympic Foundation. He is also chairman of the IAB Education Foundation, a new non-profit working to improve diversity and close the skills gap across the digital media and advertising landscape. An ardent champion of community service, Tim was honored by the Ad Council with their 60th Annual Public Service Award in 2013. Tim is a graduate of Connecticut College and Lawrence Academy.