The Raiders have employed Las Vegas lawyer Sandra Douglass Morgan as their new group president, turning into the first-ever Black lady to carry a group president title for an NFL franchise.
Morgan’s a Las Vegas native who involves the Raiders after beforehand serving as chairwoman and govt director of the Nevada Gaming Management Board. She has additionally served because the director of exterior affairs for AT&T Companies, Inc. in southern Nevada and as a litigation lawyer for a world gaming and hospitality firm.
“I’m thrilled that Sandra has agreed to affix the Raiders household,” Raiders proprietor Mark Davis stated in a press release. “Her expertise, integrity and keenness for this group will likely be invaluable to our group. From the second I met Sandra, I knew she was a drive to be reckoned with. We’re extraordinarily fortunate to have her on the helm.”
Morgan, who can also be a former North Las Vegas metropolis lawyer, referred to as the chance to work with the Raiders “the consideration of a lifetime.”
“This group’s arrival in Las Vegas has created a brand new power and alternatives we by no means dreamed potential,” Morgan stated in a press release. “I look ahead to taking this group’s integrity, spirit and dedication to excellence on the sector into each side of this group.”
Morgan will substitute Dan Ventrelle, who left the organization in Might lower than a yr after taking on the job.
Davis introduced in a press release on the time that Ventrelle was “now not with the Raiders group” however divulged no particulars across the resolution.