Alyssa Rosenberg, the former chief strategist for the Trump campaign, will become the new CEO of Twitter.
Recode’s Kara Swisher has the details on the move.
In the weeks leading up to the announcement of her new role, Rosenberg wrote on Twitter that she was working to “help our team and people.”
In her first post announcing her new position, she wrote that she had been “out of the loop” for a few weeks, but she was excited about being part of a company that would “create and drive a new kind of media, one that’s always more engaging and more fun.”
Rosenberg said she had “always loved the idea of Twitter as a platform for social and political conversation,” and said she hoped that she would be able to work with the team.
She also said she would “do what I do best,” which was “bring people together, inspire them, and create a place for them to be themselves and thrive.”
In a statement, Twitter said: “Alyssa is an amazing talent who will bring incredible leadership skills and a deep understanding of our industry.”
In December, Rosenberg resigned from her role as chief strategist to run the presidential campaign.