Bloomsbury has restructured the consumer division of Bloomsbury USA.

Under the realignment, v-p and publishing director Cindy Loh, along with two other employees, will leave the publisher. Adrienne Vaughan, Bloomsbury USA executive director and chief operating officer, will assume the publishing director duties.With the restructuring, Loh’s direct editorial reports—Nancy Miller, associate publisher and editorial director; Liese Mayer, adult fiction editorial director; and Mary Kate Castellani, children's editorial director—will report to Vaughan.

In a statement, Vaughan thanked Loh for her efforts in moving Bloomsbury’s adult fiction in a new direction and for “leading the children’s division through the development of major bestselling and award-winning authors including Sarah J. Maas, Brigid Kemmerer and Renée Watson.” Vaughan added that she plans to build on Bloomsbury’s foundation “to further establish Bloomsbury as a leading publisher in the U.S. market,” pointing to recent bestsellers as Carol Anderson’s White Rage, Anna North’s Outlawed, and Brigid Kemmerer’s A Vow So Bold and Deadly.