At least 11 Nike executives have left the company this year over complaints of an uncomfortable workplace that discriminates against women.
The first to go was Nike’s president, Trevor Edwards. The announcement came in mid-March that the company’s No. 2 is retiring in August after more than 25 years. Edwards had been considered a favorite to succeed CEO Mark Parker.
The next day, it was announced that Jayme Martin, a vice president and general manager of global categories for Nike, was no longer with the company. Check out the full story from NPR
By Erica Morrison, OPB