Driggers announced her departure in the most recent KPC newsletter.
Her last day is Friday.
“I think it just wasn’t the right fit and I wanted to check out other opportunities,” Driggers said by phone on Thursday. “It was a great learning experience and full of people who are dedicated to supporting the base.”
Driggers, an attorney who worked as a field representative for U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, has worked as the partnership’s executive director since September 2016.
She said she stayed on a bit longer than the end of her year-long contract to help with the transition.
Driggers said she didn’t know the status of the search for her replacement.
Stu Purviance, Driggers’ predecessor, held the position for 19 years before retiring in summer of 2016.
The KPC is a nonprofit organization that advocates for Kirtland Air Force Base.