Peloton’s Chief People Officer, Shari Eaton, announced she is leaving the company.

In a LinkedIn post on Tuesday, Eaton, expressed her gratitude for the past three years she has worked for the fitness equipment manufacturer and thanked its founders and CEO Barry McCarthy, who promoted her from global head of people to chief people officer earlier this year.

Previously Eaton worked at Amazon. She joined Peloton as a vice president in the human resources division months before the company had a boom in sales during the pandemic.

Eaton’s departure is the latest in a series of executive changes at Peloton. CNBC reported that former CEO John Foley left his board chair position with fellow Co-founder and Chief Legal Officer Hisao Kushi in mid-September. Head of marketing, Dara Treseder, also left the company later that month. 

Peloton announced plans to cut 500 jobs earlier this month following the reduction of 780 jobs in August as it pursues its turnaround.

Photo courtesy Shari Eaton