The Las Vegas Raiders have hired the first Black female team president in the NFL

The NFL's Las Vegas Raiders have hired the first Black female team president in the league's history. Sandra Douglass Morgan, a Las Vegas native, i...

July 8, 2022
8:06 AM

The NFL's Las Vegas Raiders have hired the first Black female team president in the league's history. Sandra Douglass Morgan, a Las Vegas native, is not new to firsts. She was the first Black city attorney in Nevada, when she served for the City of North Las Vegas, and she was the first person of color named chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, the team said Thursday. She is also an independent director at Allegiant Airlines, Caesars Entertainment and Fidelity National Financial, Inc. "It is the honor of a lifetime to join the Raiders at one of the most defining times in the team's history," Morgan said.

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