Following the resignation of Twitter’s chief operating officer Ali Rowghani, Twitter’s Vice President of Media Chloe Sladden has also announced her departure.
“Now it’s time for my next chapter. #staytuned #thankyou #sleep,” Sladden tweeted.
The news was foreshadowed in a report in Re/code, as well as a a post on Medium by tech journalist (and former Re/code reporter) Mike Isaac about supposed changes at Twitter’s media team. Isaac said the team be will now be reporting to the marketing and communication group, where its goal will be to make the product easier to understand “from a person’s very first tweet.”
Rowghani’s resignation is part of a broader restructuring at Twitter, which will see the growth team reporting to a “triumvirate” that includes CEO Dick Costolo, VP of Engineering Alex Roetter, and VP of Consumer Product Daniel Graf, according to BuzzFeed.
Senior Manager of Internal Communications Lindsay Schauer also announced her departure today, though a source said Schauer’s departure was unrelated to the bigger changes.
[image via Sladden’s Twitter profile]