Apple vice president for public policy and government affairs Cynthia Hogan, who was recently named to a committee that will vet Vice Presidential running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will leave the company in June.
The Cupertino tech firm confirmed to Axios on Wednesday that Hogan has resigned her VP post, and plans to leave the company in June.
Hogan’s background includes serving as counsel to Biden in the White House and Senate. She was last week tapped to join the Biden campaign’s vice presidential committee. Other members of the committee include U.S. Senator Chris Dodd, Congresswoman Lisa Blunt (D-DE), and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Hogan’s background includes serving as counsel to Biden in the White House and Senate. She worked for then-Senator Biden in 1993, eventually moving up the ladder to Staff Director of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She once again became part of the Biden team during his time as Vice President to Barack Obama, where she served as an advisor.
Hogan was hired by Apple in April 2016 to head its presence in the nation’s capital, presumably lobbying U.S. lawmakers. She reports to Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives
Apple has not announced a replacement for Hogan.