The Home Depot announced several organizational changes designed to enable its ecosystem to serve more pro customers and purchase opportunities.

As part of the changes, Ann-Marie Campbell was named senior executive vice president and Hector Padilla was named executive vice president of stores and operations.

In her new role, Campbell will assume responsibility for outside pro sales efforts as well as the company’s installation services business. She will also continue to oversee U.S. stores and operations, The Home Depot Canada, and The Home Depot Mexico business units.

Campbell, a 38-year veteran of the company, has served as executive vice president of U.S. stores and international operations since 2020. Chip Devin, senior vice president of outside sales, will report to Campbell and will continue to strive for growth with the “complex pro,” according to The Home Depot. Tim Wilkerson, senior vice president of home services, will also report to Campbell.

In his new role, Padilla will lead The Home Depot’s three operating divisions, comprising more than 2,000 U.S. stores. He has been with the company for more than 29 years and has served across the company’s pro, store, and services organizations. Most recently, he was the executive vice president of outside sales and service, where he led the company’s pro and installation services units. During his time with The Home Depot, Padilla has also served as the president of the company’s southern division, senior vice president of operations, regional vice president, divisional director of field services, general manager of home services, district manager, and store manager. Padilla will now report to Campbell.

The Home Depot said by combining the outside sales and service business with the global store organization, the company is bringing together its full ecosystem of expertise with its newest capabilities to serve pro customers.

“Pro is our biggest growth opportunity, and in order to provide the products and capabilities pros need, we are evolving our organization and approach to better serve them,” Ted Decker, chair, president, and CEO of The Home Depot, said in a prepared statement. “Ann-Marie and Hector are incredible leaders who understand the unique requirements of the pro, as well as the dynamic operating environment across stores. I’m confident their focus on our customers, dedication to our associates, and passion for our culture will help us capture the enormous opportunity ahead.”