Oak Cliff-based nonprofit AIDS Arms Inc. announced its executive director, Raeline Nobles, will be leaving the agency at the end of the year.

Nobles has served as the agency’s executive director for 14 years. She didn’t say why she is leaving, but stated this in a media release: “The more I reflected on my future, the more I realized that the perfect time for this transition is now, while the agency is in a position of strength and a wonderful future in front of it.”

Read our Q&A with Nobles from the August Advocate.

“Our community has been extremely fortunate to have Raeline as the leader of AIDS Arms for over 14 years,” board chair John Loza stated in the release. “Her outstanding leadership and advocacy have made a tangible difference in lives of countless people living with HIV and AIDS throughout North Texas.”

The agency has formed a committee to search for a new leader.