The Wall Street Journal: Levi’s exec resigns, citing workplace clashes over her public opposition to school closures

A top Levi Strauss & Co. executive has left the apparel giant, citing clashes with colleagues, including Chief Executive Chip Bergh, over her public views regarding COVID-19 restrictions in schools.

Jennifer Sey, who led the Levi’s

brand as president since 2020, said she resigned Sunday after more than 20 years at the company. Sey, 52, has tweeted frequently and did media interviews to discuss her opposition to school closures through the pandemic.

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