Riverlife president and CEO Vivien Li will leave the organization after two-and-a-half years at its helm.
The organization said in a release Friday morning that Li is leaving to spend more time with her family. She tendered her resignation this week, with Friday being her last day.
Pete Mendez, owner of Mendez Consulting, will take over as interim director in Li’s absence.
In a statement, Li said she enjoyed her time with the organization, but needed to prioritize family members in ill health.