Following the announcement that Apple Design Chief Evans Hankey will be leaving Apple within six moths, two more executives are exiting the tech giant.

Anna Matthiasson (pictured above), Apple’s vice president of online retail, and Chief Information Officer Mary Demby, are leaving their positions at the company, reports Bloomberg. The article notes that the departures mean Apple is losing at least three vice presidents — the highest manager level below CEO Tim Cook’s executive team — in recent weeks. In addition to Hankey, Matthiasson, and Demby, as Bloomberg reported earlier this month. Chief Privacy Officer Jane Horvath has departed Apple in recent weeks as well, taking a position at a law firm. 

The online retail division will now be overseen by Karen Rasmussen, who served as a senior director in charge of digital experience and e-commerce before her current role. A successor to Demby hasn’t been named.

The Verge notes that it’s “interesting” that most the executives leaving have been women. According to the company’s website, women made up 31.4 percent of its global leadership team at the end of 2021. Apple’s report for 2022 should be due around March.

Matthiasson has been with Apple since 2000, when she joined the organization as a Senior Manager for WW Business Process Re-Engineering. Demby (for whom I couldn’t find a photo) is retiring after 30 years at Apple. 

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