Charlie's Letter to Employee Owners
I know the last 24 hours have been difficult for many of you as a result of what I said in my letter to the Harvard Crimson. I have listened to you and I have thought deeply about what I have done. By saying earlier that my words were misinterpreted, I did not take full responsibility for what I said. I am doing that now. Plain and simple what I said was wrong. No excuses.
I want to be clear here that I am apologizing for what I said, not just for who I offended with my words.
As a man who takes issues of sexual assault extremely seriously and as a leader of an amazing company where women have the same opportunities as men and where we have zero tolerance for any kind of discrimination, I am disappointed in myself.
I am sad that I have disappointed so many people that I care about.
As I think it is best for all involved, I have resigned my position as the graduate president of the Porcellian Club.
I love this company and all of you and I deeply regret that I have brought this situation upon on us.