Lynda Clarizio serves as EVP and President of Platform-A at AOL. As of May 2006, Lynda has been President of Advertising.com, which operates the largest third-party display network. Prior to this, Lynda held several positions at AOL, most recently serving as Executive Vice President of AOL's Audience Business, responsible for strategy, finance and business development. She was also Senior Vice President for corporate strategic and financial planning and Senior Vice President for acquisitions and strategic investments. As part of the latter role, she led AOL's acquisition of Advertising.com.
Prior to joining AOL in 1999, Lynda was a partner for seven years in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Arnold & Porter, as well as co-chair of the firm's technology group and a member of the firm's executive committee. For several years, she served as one of AOL's outside counsel on transactional matters.
Lynda serves as the executive director of the AOL Women's Network and is a member of the Princeton Women in Leadership Steering Committee.
President, US Media
Aug, 2013 - Current (about 3 years)
Member, Board of Directors
2012 - Current (almost 5 years)
Member, Board of Directors and Treasurer
1998 - Current (almost 19 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (4)Update
BA, Public and International Affairs1982
|Dec 15, 2015||CDN Business Journal - Lynda Clarizio Appointed to CDW Board of Directors|
|Sep 28, 2015||AdWeek - Nielsen Says Total Audience Measurement Is Coming 'by the End of the Year'|
|Mar 2, 2011||Gigaom - Invision Secures $8.5 Million Financing For Cross Platform Ad Sales|
|Sep 22, 2010||Gigaom - Invision Partners With FreeWheel On Connecting Online Video And TV Ad Buys|
|Feb 13, 2010||Gigaom - Invision Gets Funding For Targeted TV Ad Sales; CEO (And Ex AOLer) Clarizio Outlines Plans|
|Oct 19, 2009||Gigaom - In Talks With Agencies, AOL Plays Up Its Role As Content Producer — While Downplaying The Ad Net|
|Mar 13, 2009||Gigaom - Interview: Tim Armstrong, Chairman And CEO, AOL: 'Job #1 Is To Focus On The Core Business'|
|Mar 13, 2009||Gigaom - AOL React: Armstrong And Coleman? Or Oil And Water; Pali's Greenfield: 'Tyranny Ends'|