After more than 12 years at the company, longtime YouTube executive Robert Kyncl revealed on Monday that he is leaving the country’s leading social video site.

President of global customer solutions at Google The company announced that Mary Ellen Coe will assume the position of Chief Business Officer at YouTube in early October. Kyncl will remain at YouTube briefly to aid in the changeover.

Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube, praised Kyncl on Twitter on Monday.

″We owe so much of our growth and impact to your leadership,” Wojcicki wrote. “I’m excited to welcome Mary Ellen Coe as YT’s new CBO. Mary Ellen’s career at Google has been dedicated to making partners more successful and I know she’ll do the same for creators, partners and users @YouTube!”

Variety first reported on the leadership changes at YouTube.

Kyncl joined Google’s video platform after nearly eight years as vice president of content at Netflix in the third quarter of 2010.

Variety reported that Wojcicki sent an internal memo to YouTube employees on Monday noting that under his leadership, “YouTube forged new relationships and partnerships in music, traditional media and tech,” while paying “more than $30B to creators, artists and media companies in the last 3 years.”

The legacy media CEOs, such as former Disney CEO Bob Iger, who have shifted their companies to concentrate on direct-to-consumer streaming services turn to Kyncl because of his experience at Netflix and YouTube.

arriving CBO Since the beginning of 2017, Mary Ellen Coe has led Google’s global customer solutions division. She joined the company in 2012. She previously worked for the search engine giant as a partner at McKinsey.

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Before it was acquired by Amazon, she previously sat on the boards of the grocery chain Whole Foods Markets and the multinational pharmaceutical corporation Merck.

An inquiry for comment from Google did not immediately receive a response.