Teya Ryan, CEO of Georgia Public Broadcasting, will retire, spokesperson Mandy Wilson told Current.
Ryan will retire May 15. She “notified senior board leadership in January” of her plans to retire, Wilson said.
Ryan has worked as CEO of GPB since 2009. Prior to joining the state network, she served in various leadership roles at CNN and TBS. Earlier in her career, she worked as a producer for KCET in Los Angeles.
Bert Wesley Huffman, GPB’s president and chief revenue officer, will take over as interim CEO. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported the news of Ryan’s departure.