Houston Dynamo FC president of business operations John Walker will depart the club at the end of the 2022 season, the club announced Tuesday.

Walker has spent the last four seasons with Houston after previously serving in similar roles with the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies, as well as for Major League Baseball and in college athletics.

“I appreciate ownership’s support in this decision and am grateful for the opportunity to lead the club during such a transformational period,” Walker said in a release. “We have built a solid foundation both on and off the pitch, and the club is well-positioned for success this season and in the coming years.”

It marks another move in a new era for Houston, who are playing their first season under new majority owner Ted Segal, general manager Pat Onstad and first-year head coach Paulo Nagamura.

Walker led a club rebrand in 2020 and oversaw improvements at PNC Stadium. Both the Dynamo and NWSL sister side Houston Dash have experienced growth in the season-ticket base as well.

“I’d like to thank John for his contributions to the club over the past few years and respect his decision to step aside at the end of this season,” Segal said. “Our club will continue to build on the momentum John helped to create and are excited about the future.”