Jennifer Crawford, executive vice president, global communications at Calvin Klein Inc., has resigned from her post.

She had been with CKI for 11 years in positions of increasing responsibility, rising from director of corporate communications to senior vice president of global communications to her most recent role which she assumed in October.

“After 11-plus successful and fulfilling years at Calvin Klein Inc., I have resigned to challenge myself with new adventures and experiences,” Crawford said Wednesday. “I have been fortunate to be a part of this brand during arguably some of the company’s most exciting years to date. Our most recent successes are truly a testament to the power of this iconic brand, the talented creative directors and executives, and the expertise of the global p.r. teams currently in place.”

Melisa Goldie, chief marketing officer of CKI, said Crawford has been “a tremendous asset” to the CKI global communications team and “played an  instrumental role in maintaining the brand’s modern, provocative and sexy image.” She added that the company is actively searching for a successor and will fill Crawford’s role soon.