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Madam President

August 9, 2022 by  
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Las Vegas is now home to the first Black woman to become president of an NFL team.

Sandra Douglass Morgan of the Las Vegas Raiders is being celebrated as the first Black woman to become president of a National Football League team.

Originally from Las Vegas, Morgan is an attorney who also served as chairman for the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Morgan earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Nevada and married former NFL star Don Morgan, who is originally from Stockton, California. They have two beautiful children.

According to Morgan, “It is the honor of a lifetime to join the Raiders at one of the most defining times in the team’s history. This team’s arrival in Las Vegas has created a new energy and opportunities we never dreamed possible. I look forward to taking this team’s integrity, spirit and commitment to excellence on the field into every facet of this organization.”

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