Angie Vieira Barocas Is Leaving Mother

Was managing director, partner at the New York shop

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Angie Vieira Barocas has resigned from her position as managing director and partner of Mother in New York.

At the moment, the agency does not have plans to fill the position, according to founding partner Andrew Deitchman.

“Angie is a wonderful person who's made great contributions to our business over the last four years,” Deitchman told Adweek. “When someone of her experience departs, you're thankful to have cultivated a deep well of talent that are ready to step up.” 

Deitchman declined to say who would absorb Vieira Barocas’ responsibilities.

“I came to Mother in 2010 with some ambitious goals and a determination to help take the agency through the next stage of its growth,” Vieira Barocas said. “Four years later, I truly believe we've made extraordinary progress and that this is the perfect time for me to set myself a new set of challenges. I'm relentlessly curious about where the industry is headed, and I'm excited about the role that I can play as it moves forward."

Vieira Barocas is winding down her tenure at Mother and will leave by the end of May.

@KristinaMonllos Kristina Monllos is a senior editor for Adweek.