LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The executive director of the Susan G. Komen For The Cure’s Los Angeles County chapter has confirmed to CBS2 that she is resigning from her post.

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Deb Anthony, who will become executive director of the Toberman Neighborhood Center, says recent changes have prompted her to leave.

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“I felt blessed to support the cause of breast cancer and will always be grateful to all the fabulous women I met,” she wrote in an e-mail. “There are several decisions that Komen has made in the past year that have led me to decide that my skills and talents no longer fit their model. I wish them the best. I have offered to assist the local organization for a few hours a week to support the staff and their efforts on the annual race for the cure. “

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The Susan G. Komen foundation announced earlier this week that it will stop grants benefiting Planned Parenthood.