Lisa Bords announced her resignation Monday night as president and CEO of Time's Up after taking over the organization in October.
According to a letter to stakeholders by Rebecca Goldman, Chief Operating Officer of Time & Up Up, the borders have resigned for family problems, The New York Times reported. Goldman will serve as interim CEO until the group finds a new leader.
"As Time & # 39; s Up continues to grow, I am proud of the work I have done to keep its ongoing development," Bords said in a statement, 17:30 "Unfortunately, with deep regret, is withdrawing from "Time Up" to cope with family issues that require my only focus. I appreciate the opportunity to support this mission and I hope that my efforts will continue to resonate. "
Michael Schoenfeld, vice president of public relations and government relations, provided a statement to Chronicle after the announcement of his resignation. Lisa Bords is an outstanding leader and a man with many friends at Duke who supports her and her family, "writes Schönfeld. "We look forward to welcoming Lisa as a spokesman for Duke's start in May to inspire new graduates."
"I will forever be grateful to the University for the experiences and expositions I had there that helped me to become what I am today," Bords said. "Duke continues to play a huge role in my life, and I'm so honored to go back to my alma mater to deliver this address to start." by 2021
In October 2018, the borders withdrew from the position of President of the National Women's Basketball Association after two years to become the inaugural president of Time & Up.
Time's Up advocates for those affected by sexual abuse and harassment and is inspired by the #MeToo movement. The movement was headed by Hollywood celebrities in response to charges of sexual assaults against prominent figures in the entertainment industry. women, a mission she has carried with her throughout her career in business, public service, philanthropy and WNBA, "said Price in a press release. Bre Brendam contributed to the report.