Executive vice president of marketing at Epic Records Angelica Cob-Baehler, is leaving the company following a "senior management reassessment."
After less than a year on the job, an Epic spokesperson confirmed the Los Angeles-based executive's exit, citing a reassessment of senior management functions specifically concerning the West Coast office.
Cob-Baehler was named one of Billboard's Top Women in Music in 2011, and was responsible for all marketing efforts, product management, brand partnerships, publicity, video production and creative at the label.
A label rep told the The Hollywood Reporter: "Epic Records realigned resources today, as a result, all senior management marketing functions will be located at the Epic Records headquarters in New York City,
"The Epic Los Angeles office will serve as a base for Epic's creative team, A&R and our artists."
Cob-Baehler had previously held an evp title at EMI where she oversaw media and creative services.
She also played a key role in bringing Katy Perry to the label group, after getting to know the singer at Columbia Records, where Cob-Baehler was vp of publicity.