Lisa Borders, the president and CEO of anti-harassment group Time’s Up, announced Monday that she is stepping down from the group.

Borders said in a statement that she is resigning over undisclosed “family concerns,” according to Reuters

“It is with deep regret that I must resign from Time’s Up to address family concerns that require my singular focus,” Borders said.


Borders was named as the group’s first CEO in October, after serving as the president of the WNBA for three years. Chief Operating Officer Rebecca Goldman will serve as interim CEO of Time's Up. 

Time’s Up was launched in January 2018 as a legal defense fund and support organization aimed at combatting sexual harassment in the workplace.

It was formed amid a wave of sexual harassment allegations against powerful men in the entertainment industry that sparked the #MeToo movement, including Harvey Weinstein and Matt LauerMatthew (Matt) Todd LauerRobin Roberts, Gayle King most trusted morning show hosts: poll Press: In defense of Joe Biden Fewer men say sexual harassment in the workplace is major problem: Gallup MORE.

The legal defense fund became the largest fundraiser in GoFundMe history, raising over $22 million as of December.