Breaking up is hard to do but according to current HP CEO Meg Whitman, it’s the right thing to do. HP announced plans to split into two companies last October, with HP Inc. focusing on the consumer PC and printing divisions and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise handling corporate computing and networking duties.

At the time, we learned that Dion Weisler would become President and CEO of HP Inc. while Whitman would hold the same titles at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. Today, HP revealed what it’s calling the first level of leadership for both companies. The complete rundown is as follows:

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

  • Meg Whitman will be President and CEO
  • Cathie Lesjak will be the Chief Financial Officer
  • John Schultz will be the General Counsel
  • Henry Gomez will be the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
  • John Hinshaw will be the Chief Customer Officer and lead Technology & Operations
  • Martin Fink will be the Chief Technology Officer and lead Hewlett-Packard Labs
  • Mike Dallas will be the interim HR leader
  • Mike Nefkens will lead the Enterprise Services Group
  • Bill Veghte will lead the Enterprise Group
  • Robert Youngjohns will lead the Software Group
  • Marten Mickos will lead HP Helion and the cloud organization
  • Jim Murrin will lead Corporate Strategy
  • Bob Mao will be the Chairman of HP China
  • Chris Hsu will lead Organizational Performance

HP Inc.

  • Dion Weisler will be the President and CEO
  • Jon Flaxman will be the Chief Operating Officer
  • Shane Wall will be the Chief Technology Officer
  • Tracy Keogh will lead Human Resources
  • Stephen Nigro will lead the Printing Group
  • Ron Coughlin will lead the Personal Systems Group
  • Enrique Lores will lead the Services and Solutions Group
  • Stuart Pann will lead the Supply Chain organization
  • Richard Bailey will lead Customer Support and Quality
  • Pradeep Jotwani will lead Strategic Business Development
  • Christoph Schell will lead the Americas region
  • Herbert Koeck will lead the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) regions
  • Nick Lazaridis will lead the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) regions

HP notes that the selection process continues for unfulfilled roles and will be finalized before the split.