ICM Partners loses two senior executives.
Chief Operating Officer Justin Dearborn and personal resource Chief Cindy Ballard leave the Hollywood talent agency.
An internal memo obtained Saturday by Deadline states that the two execs resigned in the past week and will remain in the company for a few more months.
"They have agreed to be with us through the end of the year to help with a smooth transition," the note states. "We appreciate the significant contributions they both made to the agency and wish them the very best in the future."
Dearborn's exits come seven months after he joined the ICM from Tribune Publishing. As previously reported, he joined the agency in February 201
Ballard joined the ICM in March 2018, also from Tribune publishing. She previously served as chief human resources manager at the publishing giant and worked with Dearborn.
Both Dearborn and Ballard reported to ICM CEO Chris Silbermann.
ICM Partners has expanded over the past few years with the acquisitions of Headline Media News (Broadcasting), Royce Carlton Agency (Speakers Bureau), Sagalyn Agency (Literary) and the global comedy and festival brand Just For Laughs.
Variety was the first outlet to report the news.  Senior Editor Dominic Patton contributed to this report.