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NEW YORK (AP) Lisa Borders stepped down as WNBA president on Tuesday, the third executive to leave the league in six months.
She will become the first president and CEO of Time's Up - an organization dedicated to safe, fair and dignified work for women.
NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum will oversee the WNBA on an interim basis while a search begins for a successor. Borders ran the league for three seasons, joining in 2016 as its fourth president. She will stay until Nov. 1.