Andy Miller joined AARP as the Senior Vice President, Innovation and Product Development where he is responsible for driving the development of radical, breakthrough and incremental solutions that serve the needs of the 50+. Andy is working to enable the growth of the enterprise and build a new entrepreneurial culture at AARP through the use of human-centered design, lean methods, and a dual-operating model. Andy manages all physical and virtual assets of innovation at AARP, including The Hatchery, as well as engaging leaders, business units and other key stakeholders to drive alignment and successful execution around developed solutions. Prior to joining AARP, Andy spent several years as an investor and advisor to technology start-ups, including FamilyID, Blush Messenger, Campseekers and Sidewalk. During that time, he also served as the Chief Innovation Architect at digital marketing company Constant Contact. He has been the co-founder and CEO of several businesses, including Quece (acquired by Intellectual Ventures), Lumifi and CardStar (acquired by Constant Contact). Andy holds a patent for "Identification Related Technology" that was awarded in 2013. He is a member of the board for the Center for Innovation & Change Leadership at Suffolk University, and with YouthCITIES (Creating Impact Through Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Sustainability). Andy earned his Bachelor's degree in Economics from SUNY Oswego; and his Master's Degree in Entrepreneurial Studies from Suffolk University. Today Andy lives in the Greater Boston area with his wife and two sons. He enjoys golf, car shows and he is a huge soccer fan.