More senior executives piloted the co-op on Twitter last week

Senior executives continued to leak Twitter last week, including one who had been at the center since Elon Musk took over the company on October 27, and another who left, fired a 180 and returned to the company .

Speaking of shooting a 180, after several tweet aimed at reassuring people about the social network’s moderation efforts and its ability to maintain them, as well as acting as the moderator of a Twitter Spaces audio session in which Musk shared his vision for Twitter going forward, chief security and integrity officer Yoel Roth resigned last Thursday.

Roth had worked for Twitter for more than seven years, joining the company in July 2015 as Senior Program Manager, Product Trust.

His co-host of Musk’s Twitter Spaces session, Vice President of US Client Solutions Robin Wheeler, a nearly 11-year veteran of the company, also reportedly quit last Thursday, but said in a statement. Tweeter later that day, “I’m still here.”

Wheeler joined Twitter in January 2012 and served as global sales manager for its mobile monetization platform MoPub, which was acquired by AppLovin in January, before moving into his current role in March.

Chief information security officer Lea Kissner also revealed her decision to leave the company last Thursday, saying in a Tweeter“I’ve made the difficult decision to leave Twitter. I’ve had the opportunity to work with great people, and I’m so proud of the privacy, security and IT teams and the work we’ve done. .

Kissner joined Twitter in April 2021 as Chief Privacy Engineering Officer, and they were soon followed by Chief Privacy Officer Damien Kieran and Chief Compliance Officer Marianne Fogarty.

Kieran had been with the company for just under seven years, starting as global legal counsel in January 2016, while Fogarty, a Twitter veteran of more than seven years, became director, legal, compliance in August 2015.

Musk took over Twitter on Oct. 27 and emptied his C-suite that night, firing CEO Parag Agrawal, chief financial officer Ned Segal, head of legal, public policy and trust and safety Vijaya Gadde, and general counsel Sean Edgett.

Chief Client Officer Sarah Personette revealed on Nov. 1 that she had stepped down effective Oct. 28, and Nov. 1 was also the departure date for Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Berland and VP of Global Client Solutions Jean. -Philippe Maheu.

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