After a 10-month search, the National Football League's Las Vegas Raiders hired the first Black female team president in the league's history. Sandra Douglass Morgan was the first Black city attorney in Nevada and the first person of color named chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board. She is also an independent director at Allegiant Airlines, Caesars Entertainment, and Fidelity National Financial Inc. "This team's arrival in Las Vegas has created a new energy and opportunities we never dreamed possible," she said. "I look forward to taking this team's integrity, spirit and commitment to excellence on the field into every facet of this organization." Morgan said she never wants to be the last person breaking barriers. "I want to get to a point, obviously, where there is no more firsts. If I could be an inspiration, or help, or open doors for any other woman and girl out there, then that's an incredible accomplishment for me."

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