The chief executive of Thurrock Council for Voluntary Service in Essex has left the organisation after her suspension was lifted.
Neville Baldwin, chair of Thurrock CVS, said in a statement that Naya Naqvi decided to leave on 31 December. She was suspended from her position on 4 November.
Naqvi told Third Sector she had not resigned, but there had been "a mutually agreed departure".
She said she had been cleared of all the allegations against her, which she said centred around a misunderstanding between herself and the board over how information was provided to them.
Baldwin said: "Naya wishes Thurrock CVS all the best for the future and hopes that a new chief executive finds the role as rewarding and fulfilling as she did during the past four and a half years.
"Naya is now looking forward to seeking a new challenge, but will always look back on her time at Thurrock with fondness and affection. The board of Thurrock CVS wish Naya well and thank her for her past contributions."