Times Up, an advocacy group for victims of sexual assault, will lay off its remaining staff and rebuild next year, with several leaders of the group resigning earlier this year for their role of advising then-New York Gov. Said on Friday after giving. Andrew Cuomo faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
Four board members of Time’s Up – actress Ashley Judd, finance chief Gabrielle Sulzberger, transgender rights activist Raffi Friedman-Gerspan and advertising executive Colleen DeCoursey – made the decision after an internal review, they said in a statement. Statement,
Conducted interviews with 85 current and former employees and stakeholders in Review, which highlighted some of the organization’s shortcomings, including conflicts of interest, lack of internal communication, and lack of direction from the group’s leadership.
Time’s Up spokesperson Washington Post That employees were told on Friday they would be laid off by the end of this year and would receive severance through March.