Amazon Worldwide Consumer CEO Dave Clark has announced his resignation on July 1.
Clark has worked for Amazon for 23 years.
The e-commerce giant has announced Clark's resignation from official filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on June 3.
Clark spoke of his decision to resign from his post on Twitter, saying he wanted to pursue other interests.
While in Amazon, Clark helped build a company network of freight forwarding, air transport, delivery trucks, and freight ships, which helped speed up shipping times and helped Amazon become the first online retail market.
Clark's departure from the company comes as the e-commerce giant faces a number of challenges, including regulatory processing, slower growth
Half of the Amazon consumer population was under pressure, and its AWS was able to perform business operations while still generating huge profits.
Clark wrote on Twitter that they call themselves the "Bernie Sanders of employers," but the difference is that they bring a progressive workplace