Haidee Tiffin is moving on from her role as coach of the White Ferns.
On Friday, New Zealand Cricket confirmed that Tiffin has chosen not to re-apply for her position. Her contract expires at the end of July.
After a four-year tenure, Tiffin says she's proud of how the team's performed under her leadership.
"I believe in collaboration, hard work, respect, and team first," said Tiffin.
"I have enjoyed developing a learning environment where players are supported and encouraged to take responsibility to be better every day."
NZC CEO David White said Tiffen had been a valued and highly-respected member of the White Ferns and had contributed strongly to the growth of the women's game.
"Haidee's made a decision and we understand and respect that," said White.
"She is a talented and committed coach who leaves NZC with her head held high, and knowing she has a healthy future in the game.
"Women's international cricket has been making some rapid gains of late and Haidee has worked tirelessly in what has been an increasingly-competitive high-performance environment."