Nintendo's vice president of corporate affairs, Denise Kaigler, has announced that she'll be leaving the company after less than two years in the position.
Some may know Denise as that lady who replaced Nintendo fanboy icon Perrin Kaplan in the job. Others may know her as that lady who played splish-splash with Totilo, as both tried really hard to pretend Times Square was somewhere a little more tropical.
Either way, she's gone. Kaigler cites personal reasons for the departure (she lives in New England, Nintendo lives on the other coast), with today her final day in the job.
In a statement issued to Kotaku, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing, Cammie "Smile Machine" Dunaway, says "Denise Kaigler has been a valuable part of the Nintendo of America team for the last two years. She's made a personal decision to spend more time with her family in New England. We wish her all the best in this next chapter of her life, and we look forward to continuing to deliver great Nintendo experiences to people of all ages as we head into this holiday season".
Best of luck, Denise.