Terra Field, who was suspended and then reinstated after taking her concerns public, wrote on Twitter Monday that she is “not happy that this is how things turned out, but I do think this outcome is the best for all parties involved.”
Field, who is queer and transgender in his identity, has not mentioned any ongoing grievances to the company. resignation letter she shared online, but she did express her support for former Netflix employee B. Pagels-Minor, who co-led Netflix’s Trans* employee resource group before their termination last month. Pagels-Minor, who helped organize a walkout at the company over Chappelle’s special “The Closer,” was fired after being accused of leaking confidential information.
“Shortly after B. was fired for something I did not and do not believe they did, I made a decision: sink or swim, I was going to walk side by side with B. as they had for so many of us while they led the Trans* ERG,” Field wrote in her resignation letter, which she said was submitted Sunday. She said she plans to take a month off to “rest, recover, and consider what I want to do next.”
Field was suspended in October, shortly after she accused Netflix on Twitter of promoting harmful transphobic beliefs by supporting Chappelle’s special, which debuted on Oct. 5. Netflix suspended FieldTwo days later, her tweet went viral. Instead of denying that Field was suspended due to her tweets, the streaming company accused her of being present at a meeting virtual of Netflix executives with two others without her permission.
Field was reinstatedThe incident was over within a few hours. Netflix said an investigation found that she had attended the virtual meeting without “any ill intent,” and that a director had shared the link to join the event.