Carolyn Penner, who spent more than six years at Twitter and was one of the company’s earliest communications executives, has found a new job: She’s joining the communications team at Dyson, the tech company known for hardware products like vacuums and hair dryers.
Penner announced the new role in a series of tweets on Monday. She left Twitter last October when the company shut down Vine, the six-second-looping-video app where she was leading comms and marketing.
“I've been searching for a company that inspires me, a killer team, and work that challenges me in new ways,” she wrote in a tweet.
Dyson has been trying to highlight its research and development efforts, and is building a small team of Silicon Valley veterans to help spread the word. Dyson also hired Ricardo Reyes as its global head of communications earlier this year, after he held a similar role at Tesla.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.