Twitter CMO is the latest to leave in a string of exec departures • TechCrunch

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Twitter CMO Leslie Berland He is the latest CEO to leave the social network, just days after the Elon Musk era, Bloomberg and New York Times report. Citing unnamed sources, Bloomberg also wrote that Jean-Philippe Miho, vice president of global customer solutions, is leaving the company.

Berland hasn’t said anything publicly about the job change yet, Other than tweeting with a simple blue heart Emoji.

Despite the tweet’s brevity, it appears to have been a signal enough to trigger a flood of responses, including other Twitter employees sending back the blue-hearted emoji. The VP of Product Quote tweeted Berland’s tweet added that, “It’s no exaggeration to say that no one has had a greater impact on the Twitter service – and the Twitter company. She’s always had your back, she’s always been listening, she’s always done the right thing, and she’s made Twitter ‘what happens.'”

Berland’s LinkedIn and Twitter resumes have not been updated to reflect any job change. TechCrunch contacted Berland prior to publication for comment but did not immediately receive a response.

Berland’s reported departure comes more than a decade after they first joined the company – and The series of departures announced today continuesincluding Chief Consumer Officer Sarah Personnet and Chief Officer and Diversity Officer Dalana Brand.

As noted by my colleague Amanda Silberling, the group of pre-musk Twitter CEOs still in the company is dwindling more and more. Jay Sullivan, Twitter’s chief product, has deleted a bio on his Twitter account, which previously referred to his role at the company. The former chief product officer, Kayvon Beykpour, was ditched by former CEO Parag Agrawal in May. Agrawal himself was, along with Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal, General Counsel Sean Edgett, and Head of Legal Policy, Trust and Safety Vijaya Gade Let’s go on Thursday when Musk takes over.

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