Time’s Up CEO Lisa Borders has resigned to take care of family concerns that require “my singular focus.”
Borders, who was appointed president and CEO by the anti-harassment organization in October, made the announcement Tuesday, The New York Times reports.
Rebecca Goldman, Time’s Up’s chief operating officer, will serve as interim CEO until a new leader is chosen, The Hill reports.
In a statement, Borders said:
Borders, 61, was president of the WNBA before she joined Time’s Up. She also…
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