Here's a look at who may be in the Cabinet of a Donald Trump presidency

A list obtained by BuzzFeed News of people who are among those possibly being considered for positions in a Donald Trump administration shows a mix of personalities largely from politics and business.

They include former rivals for the Republican nomination, like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee, business friends (Carl Icahn) and top Republicans who acted as surrogates during the campaign (Rudy Giuliani).

The list includes 41 names for 13 departments. Below are a few names mentioned. Click here to see BuzzFeed's complete list.

Attorney general

Giuliani was a staunch and steady Trump supporter/defender. The former New York City mayor, who was serving on 9/11, has been mentioned as a possible choice for attorney general. Also on the list is Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions and Christie.

Secretary of state

Newt Gingrich, who was considered as a running mate for Trump, is said to be interested in becoming secretary of state. Gingrich was the speaker of the House and helped author the “Contract with America.” Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, was also on the list. Corker is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Surgeon general

Carson, who ran against Trump in the Republican primaries, is likely to be the next surgeon general. Carson is a retired neurosurgeon.

Defense secretary

Retired Gen. Mike Flynn, who was also considered as a Trump running mate, could be the next secretary of defense. Flynn served as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Also on the list is Sessions, former Sen. Jim Talent of Missouri and Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr., R-California.

Secretary of commerce

Christie appears under several categories on the list, including commerce. Huckabee was also mentioned for commerce secretary. Huckabee suspended his run for the presidency this year and announced his support for Trump.

Secretary of agriculture

Kansa Gov. Sam Brownback, former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue and ex-Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman are on the list for agriculture secretary.

Secretary of education

Carson is also on this list, as is William Evers, a fellow at the Hoover Institute. Evers was assistant secretary of education for policy from 2007 to 2009.

Secretary of energy

Robert Grady is on the list. Grady is a venture capitalist and private equity investor. He is a partner in Gryphone Investors, a private equity firm.

Secretary of health and human services

Carson, Gingrich and Florida Gov. Rick Scott are on the list, along with former New Jersey state Sen. Rich Bagger.

Secretary of homeland security

David Clarke, the outspoken sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, could be the next secretary of homeland security. Clarke was appointed sheriff in Milwaukee County in 2002, and was elected to the position later that year. He was re-elected in 2006, 2010 and 2014. He is a registered Democrat.

Secretary of the interior

Governors and former governors are on the list. Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are all in this category.

Chief of staff           

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus is the only person in this category.

Treasury secretary

Trump friend Icahn is on the list. He is the founder and majority shareholder of Icahn Enterprises, a diversified conglomerate holding company based in New York City. It is said that he purchased $1 billion of stock as stocks plunged early Wednesday morning after the election.