After a little less than three years on the job, Ryan O’Hara is stepping down from the president-CEO post at Topps. Mike Brandstaedter, who came
aboard as COO last fall, will take over as the liaison between Topps and its ownership group, led by Michael Eisner.
O’Hara will stay with the company, becoming a member of the Topps board of directors and become a strategic advisor, according to Variety.
Sports Business Journal reported that the move gives O’Hara the opportunity to seek positions elsewhere.
O’Hara was hired to oversee the expansion of Topps’ digital presence and diversify its product line.
Read what he thought he’s accomplished in three years here.