Another Ubisoft Departure

In a post on LinkedIn Andrée Cossette announces she is leaving Ubisoft after 22 years, where she has most recently been serving as Managing Director of Ubisoft Quebec (thanks The company has seen several recent departures amid their sexual harassment scandal, but she says this is not actually why she's resigning. The post is in French, but there's an English translation that reads as follows:
It is with great emotion that I turn the page today on 22 years at home Ubisoft and that I begin a new professional chapter, which remains to be written. I had the chance and the honor to collaborate at the beginning of Ubisoft Montréal, and then to found in Ubisoft Québec 2005 alongside Nicolas Rioux. The role of general manager of the studio brought me great challenges and I was able to put in place an ambitious plan for the future. At the same time, I began a deeper, more personal reflection, which allowed me to realize that I was no longer where I wanted to be and that it was time for me to pass the torch and think about other projects for the future. My decision is the result of a long reflection and is not related to the current situation within the Ubisoft Group. When I look at the last 15 years at the Quebec City studio, I am extremely proud of our career. You are an incredible team and it has been an honour to rub shoulders with you and work with you. You have been a real inspiration to me.

I don't know what the future holds, but I know that the Ubisoft Quebec team is in good hands.

Thank you to everyone I've had the chance to meet over the past 22 years. See you very soon I hope.