Zynga's VP of business development has resigned, joining a long list of high level executives that have left the social game maker to find greener pastures. According to an AllThingsD report, VP of business development Jonathan Flesher left the company on November 9. When at Zynga, Flesher was in charge of securing partnerships with companies such as Google, MSN and Yahoo. The company has not disclosed who will take up the duties of Flesher.
Flesher joins other recent departees including CFO David Wehner, Words with Friends creators Paul and David Bettner, chief marketing and revenue officer Jeff Karp, chief creative officer Mike Verdu, and John Schappert, among others.
On a related front, Tim LeTourneau has been promoted to take on Verdu's former post as chief creative officer. LeTourneau was the vice president of games for Zynga before taking on this new role.