Another high-level Google executive is jumping ship.

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, president of Asia Pacific and Latin American operations at Google, is joining venture capital firm Accel Partners as CEO-in-Residence.

Singh Cassidy, a six-year Google veteran, was responsible for Google’s commercial operations across 103 different countries in APAC and Latin America, according to an announcement by Accel Partners.

Singh Cassidy is no stranger to Accel Partners: she co-founded an online finance start-up in the late 90s called Yodlee, which was backed by the venture capital firm.

Her move comes one month after Tim Armstrong, president of Google’s Americas Operations, took the top job at AOL.

After Armstrong’s exit, there was speculation in the blogosphere that Singh Cassidy would fill his shoes. But Armstrong’s job ultimately went to another Google exec, Dennis Woodside.