Twitter loses another key comms executive: Jim Prosser is headed to SoFi

Twitter is losing another key individual from its interchanges group. Jim Prosser, the organization’s head of corporate and strategy correspondences, is leaving Twitter for SoFi toward the end of the week.

Prosser is assuming control as VP of Communications and Policy at SoFi, a five-year-old advance and financing startup in San Francisco.

“The relationship amongst individuals and fund is changing in huge ways, and it will change much all the more drastically throughout the following five to ten years,” Prosser said in an announcement he sent Recode. “SoFi is at the front of that pattern since they’re conveying innovation to hold up under, as well as accentuating and building associations between individuals.”

This is yet another blow for Twitter, which is attempting to reclaim its own account with an end goal to support its drooping stock cost. The organization’s VP of Communications, Natalie Kerris, left Twitter startlingly not long ago, and no less than two different individuals from the organization’s minor correspondences group have left in the previous six weeks.

Prosser, specifically, had a ton of key obligations on the group. As head of corporate comms, he took care of press for a large portion of Twitter’s official turnovers (and there have been bounty). That implied he was additionally managing organization income each quarter (likewise a truly intense task). Subsequently, Business Insider named him the top tech PR individual in 2015.

So that is another key gap to fill for Twitter and new head of correspondences Leslie Berland (who is additionally CMO).

Prosser’s last day is Friday, and he’ll begin at SoFi in the not so distant future. He’ll report to SoFi COO and previous Pinterest executive Joanne Bradford.

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