Carolyn Everson is stepping down as Instacart's president, just three months after she left Facebook for the role, according to CNBC. She's expected to leave at the end of the year.
Among other divisions, Everson led the company's advertising unit, which Instacart said over the summer is one of its fastest-growing areas.
It's not her only brief stint at a tech company; prior to joining Facebook, where she worked for over a decade, Everson spent eight months at Microsoft.
Instacart CEO Fidji Simo said the decision was made by both Everson and the company. “We believe it’s the right decision for both the company and Carolyn based on our priorities and the role she was looking for at this point in her career," she told CNBC.
For a while, Instacart was on a hiring spree, picking up dozens of people from companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook. Everson joined Instacart just a few weeks after Simo, another top Facebook exec, was named Instacart CEO. The company was heading toward an IPO, but Instacart said last month that it's pushing back plans to go public.
It's unclear where Everson is heading. She wrote in a Facebook post that she'll take time off before moving to other work.