Amrapali Gan, also known as Ami Gan will step down from her position after serving as CEO of OnlyFans for two and a half years. OnlyFans recognized as a creator-subscription platform with a focus on adult content will see Keily Blair, the current chief strategy and operations officer, taking over as the new CEO.
“Spending nearly 3 years at OnlyFans while it echoed throughout the cultural zeitgeist, has been beyond rewarding,” Gan wrote on Twitter. “Within this time I’ve accomplished incredible goals for the business including enhancing its priority focus on platform safety, scaling the organization globally, and growing OF's diverse community of creators and fans,” she said.
"Ami led OnlyFans through a significant period of growth and we are extremely grateful for all her hard work," Lee Taylor, chief financial officer and director of OnlyFans said.
During her tenure as CEO of OnlyFans, Ami Gan successfully guided the digital media platform through a period of remarkable growth. Under her leadership, the platform experienced significant expansion, attracting over 220 million fans worldwide and hosting more than 3 million creators. Notably, OnlyFans achieved the significant milestone of paying out over $10 billion to creators. Gan has decided to step down from her role to pursue new ventures and opportunities.