Tim Driver, CEO
Tim Driver founded Age Friendly Ventures, the parent organization of Age Friendly Advisor, in 2006. He has a successful track record starting and building digital businesses that make a social contribution (Age Friendly Ventures also operates RetirementJobs.com and Mature Caregivers). Prior to Age Friendly Ventures, as a Board Member and SVP of Consumer Products at Salary.com, Driver helped establish, build and popularize a firm that leveled the playing field for employees by making compensation and career information available to millions. Prior to Salary.com, Driver was a group director in Personal Finance and Strategic Businesses units at AOL. He built consumer category offerings, including the AOL Careers Channel, that became leading web destinations. Driver has appeared in numerous national media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, NBC News, NPR and CNN. Driver served as Employment Committee Co-Chair for Massachusetts Governor Baker’s Council to Address Aging.
Amanda Henshon, Vice President of Employer Certification & Research
Amanda Henshon has worked in corporate law and in philanthropy. After spending five years in the Corporate Department at Ropes and Gray where she structured financings and advised high-tech start-ups, she took time to raise three boys and become more involved in her community. She served multiple terms as Trustee of the Wellesley Free Library, including as Chair of the Board. As a Trustee, she was responsible for oversight of budgeting, operations and employee matters. She also spearheaded the creation of the Wellesley Free Library Foundation. She is actively involved in establishing the Age Friendly Foundation. Henshon holds a JD from Harvard Law School, an MA from Yale University and BA from Amherst College.
Daniel McCullough, Vice President of Product Marketing
Daniel McCullough has spent over a decade in digital marketing and advertising and began using platforms like Facebook when it only allowed college students and Google before the company had gone public. His work has spanned both for-profit companies and non-profit organizations, including AARP where he helped run their membership digital acquisition team before going back to get his MBA at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He`s actively involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters and enjoys reading and travel.
Patrick Rafter, Vice President of Communications
Patrick Rafter has spent the past quarter-century directing award-winning communications initiatives in Boston; Washington, DC; Silicon Valley, and Europe. He's evangelized innovative internet services, tech products, healthcare, and consumer brands including Intel's Expound, Disney's toysmart.com, Autodesk's American Information Exchange and Aldus. Patrick has helped introduce innovations including desktop publishing, digital media, online social networks, and wireless communications. Board member of several organizations focused on innovation and entrepreneurship; Patrick is also active in fundraising/public affairs for patient advocacy, biotech and cancer research/treatments.