Woman’s Health editor and author Amy Cuddy has resigned from her position, the magazine said on Friday.
In a statement, the publication said Cuddy’s resignation was due to “personal reasons.”
Cuddy joined the publication in 2004, serving as editor-in-chief and publisher until her appointment to the position in March.
The magazine said in a statement that the “distinguished and talented” editor-at-large has been a leader in advancing women’s issues and in promoting a culture of health.
“Her commitment to diversity and inclusion is a hallmark of the work we do at The Hearst, and she is a tremendous addition to our editorial team,” the statement said.
Cuddy also served as the editor of Cosmopolitan magazine from 2006 to 2011, and as editor of Glamour magazine from 2011 to 2015.
She was appointed as editor in chief in 2016.
In an interview with The Washington Post earlier this year, Cuddy said she had been “unable to balance work and family,” but that she was “deeply honored to join The Hearm.”
“I’m just thrilled to be part of this family,” she said.
The Hearms declined to provide further details about Cuddy, but told Business Insider in a previous statement that she “has no plans to leave.”
The magazine also released a statement to Business Insider saying Cuddy “has made a significant contribution to The Hearsts mission” and that she has been “an exemplary and valued member of our editorial staff.”
“She has a tremendous talent and talent alone, but we also have tremendous talent around her,” the organization said.
“We will miss her and look forward to working with her as part of our future.”