PORTLAND, OR -- The CEO of Portland-based Mercy Corps, Neal Kenny-Guyer has resigned. An Oregonian newspaper investigation found Mercy Corps Co-Founder Ellsworth Culver was accused of repeated sexual abuse of his daughter. Tania Culver Humprhey's sex abuse allegations surfaced in the 1990's and again last year. The Mercy Corps board heard demands from employees around the world who demanded accountability. Keny-Guyer (kenny guy'-er) led Mercy Corps since 1994. His resignation follows Corporate Secretary and Legal Counsel Barnes Ellis and board member Robert Newell. Mercy Corps has started an independent, external review of what happened.