Sandra Douglass Morgan, the first Black female president in NFL history, has just joined the Las Vegas Raiders.

The NFL franchise revealed the new hire on Thursday, July 7th, with Sandra replacing Dan Ventrelle.

She studied political science and communication at the University of Nevada where she received her bachelor's degree.

She was born in 1978, thus in 2022 she will be 44 years old.

The native Nevadan later earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Nevada.

Then, between 2005 and 2008, she worked as a litigation attorney for MGM Resorts International.

She was the AT&T External Affairs Director and a Nevada Gaming Commission member.