Nicol Turner-Lee will step down as pres/CEO of NAMIC, effective July 31, to pursue other opportunities. The move was announced by NAMIC board chmn Michael Armstrong.

In a statement, Armstrong said “a succession plan will be announced at a later date. In the interim, administratively, the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors will oversee the association.  Organizationally, NAMIC is strong and we look forward to continuing our mission of educating, advocating and empowering for diversity in the cable telecommunications industry.”

No specific reason was given for Turner-Lee’s departure. Last week, the board completed an audit stemming from an anonymous email that had alleged mismanagement at the industry’s diversity organization. But the board found no evidence of wrongdoing.

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