Five more senior managers at Nike Inc., Steve Lesnard, Helen Kim, Simon Pestridge, Tommy Kain and Ibrahem Hasan–have left the company, according to a report in the New York Times. The exits follow an internal investigation into workplace behavior that has led to several other executive departures.
A Nike spokesperson confirmed the departures but declined to say why they were leaving.
Lesnard was the head of running in North America, Kim oversaw Eastern North America, Pestridge was global vice president of marketing for performance categories, Kain was director of sports marketing and Hasan was a senior creative director.
The New York Times article said 11 senior managers have left since Nike first announced news of the internal investigation into workplace misconduct in mid-March.