AOL Leadership Team
Tim Armstrong has served as Chairman and CEO of AOL since 2009. In December of 2009, he took the company public on the New York Stock Exchange. AOL serves over 200 million consumers a month and is one of the world’s biggest consumers brands.
As Chief Technology Officer, Curtis Brown leads all aspects of AOL’s technology strategy, platform development and external technology partnerships. Curtis previously served as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Chief Technology Officer of AOL’s global advertising business, Advertising.com, as well as Senior Vice President for AOL Media.
As Chief Financial Officer, Karen Dykstra serves as a key member of the AOL executive team focused on optimizing shareholder value by providing strategic leadership for the company’s financial functions including accounting, treasury, tax, financial planning and analysis and investor relations.
Arianna Huffington is the President and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, a nationally syndicated columnist, and author of thirteen books.
As Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Julie Jacobs is responsible for all legal, regulatory, compliance and public policy matters for AOL.
As Senior Vice President of Communications, Peter joined AOL in April, 2013. He oversees all external and internal communications for AOL and manages a global team of communications staff that supports AOL and its wide variety of brands.
As Chief Analytics Officer, Tim Lemmon oversees and drives analytics and project management on a company-wide basis. Lemmon’s team includes Pricing and Yield Management, Business Metrics & Analytics, Consumer Research & Analytics and Project Management for key initiatives.
As CEO of AOL Networks, Bob Lord heads AOL’s industry-leading global advertising and technology arm, which reaches marketers and publishers in over 30 countries through Advertising.com, ADTECH, AOL On, Be On and Pictela.
As CEO of AOL Brand Group, Susan Lyne oversees all aspects of the Brand Group’s growth strategy, including increasing traffic across properties, maximizing partnerships with advertisers and publishers, and attracting top talent, with a particular focus on content, design, programming, and product. She joined AOL in this role in February 2013.
With over 20 years in the media business, Jim joined AOL in 2009 and is responsible for advertising sales for the entire AOL brand portfolio, including brands like The Huffington Post, Engadget, Stylelist, AOL Networks, AOL On and MapQuest. Additionally, he also leads the sales of all cross platform marketing solutions, including display/Project Devil initiative, video and mobile.
Bud Rosenthal is CEO of the AOL Membership & Paid Services Group.