Airbnb Chief Ethics Officer Rob Chesnut announced on LinkedIn on Wednesday his departure from the lodging marketplace giant after four years with the company.

Chesnut joined Airbnb as general counsel in April 2016 and became chief ethics officer in October 2019, according to his LinkedIn profile. His previous experiences include roles at Poshmark, Uber, and Chegg.

Chesnut wrote in his post he’ll remain connected to Airbnb as an advisor. “I couldn’t be more excited about the next chapter of my career – helping companies find purpose and drive #integrity into their culture,” Chesnut wrote.

Also this week, Renée Machi Lawson, former deputy general counsel at Airbnb, announced on LinkedIn she was leaving the company after nearly four years to become vice president, head of litigation and regulatory for file hosting service Dropbox.

Editor’s note: This article has been updated to reflect Chesnut’s departure from the general counsel role upon being named chief ethics officer in October 2019.