Rhonda O'Donnell the chief of internet telephony provider, Freshtel, has stood down midway through a company restructure.
O'Donnell will leave the company in coming months, after she completes the restructure. The company has not disclosed the reasons for her departure and spokespeople have not taken phone calls this morning.
"She will remain with us over the next couple of months while she completes the restructuring process," recently appointed chairman of Freshtel Holdings, Dr Allan Sullivan said in a statement.
O'Donnell is the second chief to stand down in as many years. In April 2007 the company announced the abrupt departure of former chief John Butkiewicz, who held the role for just three months.
Sullivan said O'Donnell had been a real asset to the company during her tenure. Before joining Freshtel the outgoing chief had previously held a position as Novell's Asia Pacific chief executive.