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The nationwide anti-harassment group Time’s Up introduced a “major reset” Friday, claiming the ladies’s rights group could be “rebuilt from the ground up” after a couple of of its leaders suggested disgraced ex-New York Gov. Cuomo’s administration when he was first accused of sexual misconduct final 12 months.

“The Board of Directors of TIME’S UP today announced a major reset of the women’s rights organization,” a statement shared to the group’s web site reads. According to the group, the choice “follows the completion of an initial phase in a comprehensive management review by an independent consultant.”

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“This is a needed reset, not a retreat.” stated Board Chair Gabrielle Sulzberger. “TIME’S UP stands for accountability and systematic change in the workplace. It is incumbent on us to learn from these findings, and focus on building an organization that powerfully serves women of all kinds and ends the impunity of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.”


In addition to interim president and CEO Monifa Bandele stepping down, the group can even substitute its present staff, writing within the assertion that “current programmatic operations will end January 1” and “staff departing will receive severance through March 1, 2022.”

Attorney Tina Tchen, former chief executive officer for Time's Up, speaks during the 2020 Makers Conference in Los Angeles, California. Photographer: Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Attorney Tina Tchen, former chief govt officer for Time’s Up, speaks during the 2020 Makers Conference in Los Angeles, California. Photographer: Kyle Grillot/Bloomberg through Getty Images

“The transition team, along with the board that remains will immediately begin phase two of the process to work on developing the new methods and operational needs for TIME’S UP going forward,” the group stated within the assertion. “This will involve building a more focused, transparent, and inclusive organization.”

“We persevere. We will not lose the ground gained for women’s equality and safety over these last several years,” stated Bandele. “Our movement and the stakes for our entire society and future generations are so much bigger than one organization or title.”

In August, Time’s Up CEO Tina Tchen and chairwoman Roberta Kaplan stepped down after it was revealed they have been advising Cuomo’s workforce after former staffer Lindsey Boylan accused him of sexual harassment in December, 2020.

Lindsey Boylan, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Lindsey Boylan, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
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Tchen instructed her colleagues to “stand down” from a plan to launch a public assertion supporting Boylan, in accordance with textual content messages. The texts got here after two individuals within the group spoke to top Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa.

In September, Time’s Up introduced a shakeup in board members and vowed to exchange the complete board.

The New York Post contributed to this text.