Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is stepping down from HP's board, the company announced on Wednesday.
Whitman was the chairman of HP after the split. That seat, and the chairman title, will go to Chip Bergh, Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO.
Dion Weisler, who is HP's CEO, will continue in his role.
Whitman's move comes as rumors circulate that she's in the running for the Uber CEO job. But the reality may be less dramatic. Since HP and HPE split in 2015, the two companies have continued to sever ties between the two, freeing the two businesses up to pursue their own deals.
Whitman stepped down from Survey Monkey's board in May, replaced by Serena Williams. The HPE CEO remains on HPE's board.
“HP has now been a standalone company for almost two years and I’m proud to have helped get the company off to a great start,” Whitman said in a company release. “The HP board is among the most diverse in our industry, and the company has established a proven track record of successfully delivering on its commitments. I’m very confident in Dion’s continued vision and leadership as well as Chip’s ability to help guide the organization.”