The Interactive Advertising Bureau’s director of research Gai Le Roy has resigned from her position at the online advertising peak body, citing family reasons.
She will continue to work with IAB in a consulting role, according to a spokeswoman, and contribute to research projects that were already under way.
The organisation’s CEO Alice Manners said Ms Le Roy had been an “industry stalwart”.
“We are grateful for her hard work over many years, and are pleased that she will still be able to continue supporting us.”
Ms Manners said Ms Le Roy had navigated the IAB through a period of immense change.
IAB has instigated a search for a replacement.
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