Chloe Sladden is the latest executive over at Twitter to be affected by the massive reorganization of the company's corporate structure.
Sladden, who served as head of Twitter’s North American media operations, announced Thursday that she would be leaving, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Her departure follows that of former chief operating officer, Ali Rowghani,
who resigned earlier Thursday. Citing regulatory filings, the Chronicle reported that Rowghani won't be replaced, as other executives will split up his responsibilities, such as CEO Dick Costolo becoming more involved with the engineering and product teams.
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Late last month, Senior VP of Engineering Christopher Fry also resigned and accepted an advisory position, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In a separate filing prior to the company's initial public offering, Twitter revealed that Fry had been awarded more than $10 million in stock.
Sladden worked for Twitter for a little more than five years, and didn't give a reason for her departure. She did, however, issue a series of tweets acknowledging her time there.
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