Ann-Marie Campbell named senior executive vice president

Home Depot to align its pro business

“Pro is our biggest growth opportunity,” says Ted Decker, chair, president and CEO of The Home Depot.(Source: The Home Depot)
“Pro is our biggest growth opportunity,” says Ted Decker, chair, president and CEO of The Home Depot.

U.S. American and world market leader Home Depot announces changes to align the organisation around its pro business which is seen as its largest growth opportunity. Ann-Marie Campbell was named senior executive vice president. In her new role, she will assume responsibility for outside pro sales efforts as well as the company's installation services business. She will continue to oversee U.S. stores and operations, The Home Depot Canada and The Home Depot Mexico business units.

Campbell has served as executive vice president of U.S. stores and international operations since 2020. A 38-year veteran of the company, she has held a variety of leadership positions across stores, merchandising and operations. Chip Devine, senior vice president of outside sales, will report to her. Tim Wilkerson, senior vice president of home services, will also report to Campbell.

Hector Padilla has been named executive vice president of U.S. stores and operations, where he will lead the company's three U.S. operating divisions comprising more than 2 000 U.S. stores. Padilla has been with The Home Depot for more than 29 years and has served across the company's pro, store and services organisations. Most recently, he was EVP of outside sales and service, where he led the company's pro and installation services units. Prior to that role, he served in numerous leadership positions across the stores, including 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 as well.

By combining the outside sales and service business with the global store organisation, the company wants to bring together its full ecosystem of deep expertise with its newest capabilities to serve pro customers – from the core pro customer working on smaller, simpler projects to pros working on larger, more complex projects. “Pro is our biggest growth opportunity, and in order to provide the products and capabilities pros need, we are evolving our organisation and approach to better serve them,” said Ted Decker, chair, president and CEO of The Home Depot.

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