(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. Vice President of Public Policy and Government Affairs Cynthia Hogan is leaving the iPhone maker next month, the company said on Wednesday.
Hogan was responsible for public policy, government relations and lobbying for the Americas region, including the U.S. and Canada. She worked out of an Apple office in Washington, and reported to Lisa Jackson, who oversees global government and environmental matters at the Cupertino, California-based technology giant. Apple didn’t say who would replace Hogan.
Prior to joining Apple in 2016, she was a public policy executive at the National Football League. Before that, she worked for former U.S. Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden. Last month, Hogan joined a committee to help Biden vet potential running mates as part of his campaign.
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